We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published bySteven Brewer
Modified over 2 years ago
Singular and Plural One and More
A noun is a name of a person, place or thing. ShoeLeaf Ball Car Story Clock Brush
Nouns can be more than one. Brushes Doors Balloons Monkeys Cups
Adding s to make plurals. Shoe Ball Car ClockShoes Balls Cars Clocks Singular Plural Cup Cups SpoonSpoons
Match singulars and plurals. Ball Car Clock Balls Cars Clocks Cup Cups Spoon Spoons Doors Door
Adding es to make plurals. Box Brush Fish Boxes Brushes Fishes SingularPlural When nouns end with sh, ch, s or x we add es to make plurals.
Match singulars and plurals. Box Brush Fish Boxes Brushes Fishes Foxes Fox Bunch BunchesGlasses Glass
Adding ies to make plurals. Bunny Pony Story Bunnies Ponies Stories SingularPlural When nouns end with y we add ies to make plurals. If there is a vowel before the y then s is added. MonkeyMonkeys
Match singulars and plurals. BunnyPony Story Bunnies Ponies Stories Monkey Monkeys ToysToy Boy Boys
Some nouns have different plurals. Child Man Tooth Children Men Teeth SingularPlural Foot Woman Mouse Feet Women Mice SingularPlural
Match singulars and plurals. Child Man Tooth ChildrenMen Teeth Foot Woman Mouse Feet Women Mice
Some singular and plurals are the same. Sheep Deer Salmon Sheep Deer Salmon SingularPlural
Match singulars and plurals. Sheep Deer Salmon Sheep Deer Salmon
Write singulars or plurals. mice bag brush foxes donkey cow sheep door teeth kid glass children spider ponies flower lady
Write singulars or plurals. toys tail box hats pot lunch salmon cake dish baby windows fish chair cars can balloons
Singular and Plural Nouns Tom Souter. There are 6 ways to change a noun from singular to plural. A noun is a person, place, or thing. Singular means only.
Plural and Singular Nouns Project LA Activity Adapted by Mrs. Mennell Grade 2 Open Court Unit 4 Lesson 4 (replaces workbook lesson)
Rules for Plurals stamp_bus__key_country camera_class__boy_dictionary bag_box__day_party book_watch__monkey_baby man ____ woman _______ person ________.
Forming the Plural of Nouns Rules. To form the plural of most nouns, add -s Singular: snack oven Plural: snacks ovens Singular: valley organization Plural:
Singular and Plural Nouns Can you change the words from Singular to Plural?
Teacher Notes Subject: Literacy Topic: Word and sentence Level Work Spelling strategies, conventions and rules: grammatical awareness Title: Rules of Punctuation.
Apostrophes can be used to show possession In this lesson you will learn that apostrophes show possession. For example, the girls hat. OR Erins jacket.
Singular and Plural Nouns singular plural A singular noun names one thing. A plural noun names more than one thing.
Plural Rules Part One By Brian Carruthers Plural Rule 1 Most words add s to make the plural. one appletwo apples desk desksmonth months book bookstrain.
Possessive Nouns When a noun shows ownership or possession.
Singular and Plural Nouns. Singular Nouns Singular means ONE.
Nouns A person, place, thing, or idea. personplacethingidea girlhousebookhappiness studentparkshirtfreedom.
Nothing but Nouns By: Ms. Walsh Nouns A noun is a person, place, thing or idea. A noun is often “clued” by the words “an” “a” and “the” An ape on the.
Suffixes –s, -es and -ies Some words are singular, we can make them plural, when the special letters are right there at the end …
Hi! See that Pussy with so many books. She is calling you. Hello Bunny! Where are you going? We are getting bore.
countable nouns) uncountable nouns ) nouns of the possessive case changes of countable nouns.
2. Substantiv: Plural. Substantiv i plural får oftast ändelsen -s. T.ex one car – many cars.
Created by Gayle Hughes Forming Plurals Guidelines.
Possessive Nouns. Words that show ownership are called possessive nouns. A noun is possessive if a phrase can be changed to say that an item or idea belongs.
Diario 11/08 Change from singular to plural en inglés: Weve been working with verbs (action), now we will work with a few nouns. In English, words like.
Unit 8 Id like some noodles. What does this little girl look like? She is short. She has short straight black hair. She has big eyes. She is in red.
Changing Nouns Unit 1: Lesson 3. Singular Plural In English, when we make a singular noun plural, we simply add s or es to the ending. (ex: horse -> horses)
Noun Plurals and Possessives 9 th Grade How to make a noun plural… 1.) For most nouns, add an s. Examples: candle, candles / cat, cats 2.) For nouns.
Pluralizing nouns ending in y When a Monkey becomes Monkeys!
Number of Nouns. 1. The implication of number Number is one of the grammatical categories of nouns. Number of nouns falls into two classes: singular,
Living things and non living things. Living things boymonkeyfish tree Living things eat food, grow, breathe, and have babies.
Definition- a person, place, thing or idea Examples: girl, Mrs. Hooks, desk, puppy.
Good Morning! Today is ____________________. There are all kinds of ___________. We can play ball and go with our friends. We can take a walk, too. A friend.
Singular/Plural Nouns Created by Andrea White 2 nd Grade stars.
Business English at Work © 2003 Glencoe/McGraw-Hill.
© 2016 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.