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Singular and Plural Nouns
To change most singular nouns to plural nouns, add sRule 1 To change most singular nouns to plural nouns, add s chair cat rock chairs cats rocks
For nouns ending in sh, ch, s, x, add esRule 2 For nouns ending in sh, ch, s, x, add es brush church grass box brushes churches grasses boxes
For nouns ending in y after a vowel, add sRule 3 For nouns ending in y after a vowel, add s day toy essay boy days toys essays boys
For nouns ending in y after a consonant, change the y to i and add esRule 4 For nouns ending in y after a consonant, change the y to i and add es fly pony story lady flies ponies stories ladies
For nouns ending in o after a vowel, add sRule 5 For nouns ending in o after a vowel, add s studio portfolio rodeo studios portfolios rodeos
For nouns ending in o after a consonant, add esRule 6 For nouns ending in o after a consonant, add es motto volcano hero tomato mottoes volcanoes heroes tomatoes
For nouns ending in f or fe, change the f or fe to vesRule 7 For nouns ending in f or fe, change the f or fe to ves loaf elf knife wife loaves elves knives wives
Some nouns completely change their spelling Memorize these!Rule 8 Some nouns completely change their spelling Memorize these! mouse goose foot man mice geese feet men
Practice dress dresses half halves computer computers key keys fryfries
Las reglas para cambiar palabras de singular a plural
Suffixes –s, -es and -ies
Singular and Plural Nouns
Created by Gayle Hughes
Plural and Singular Nouns
Irregular Plurals. Form most nouns add s book - books idea - ideas student - students camera - cameras shoe - shoes.
Singular and Plural.
MAKING SINGULAR NOUNS PLURAL
Grammar Skills One and More Than One. Nouns can name one thing or more than one thing. One is called singular. More than one is called plural.
Adding –s, -es, -ing and -ed
Grammar Lesson 10 Vocab: Quorum – number of persons needed at a meeting in order for business to take place Caucus – meeting to further special interests.
Prefix- -root- -suffix Word Study Fall un- prefix- not Homework- add another example to share tmw. front back middle draw a picture To match a word.
The plural of a noun is usually made by adding ‘s’ to the singular: e.g.day days dog dogs kart karts.
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