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1 introducing More Plural Nouns Unit 2 Week 3introducing More Plural NounsThis presentation demonstrates the new capabilities of PowerPoint and it is best viewed in Slide Show. These slides are designed to give you great ideas for the presentations you’ll create in PowerPoint 2011!For more sample templates, click the File menu, and then click New From Template. Under Templates, click Presentations.
3 To form the plural of some nouns ending in f or fe, change f or fe to v and add –es: wolf wolves; knife knives.To form the plural of a noun that ends in a vowel followed by o, add –s: radio radios.To form the plural of a noun that ends in a consonant followed by o, add –s, or –es: cello cellos; potato potatoes.A collective noun names a group. It can be singular or plural. The band practices daily.DAY 1
4 QUESTION: How do you form the plural of a noun ending in fe?
6 Some nouns have irregular plural forms. These plurals do not end in –s Some nouns have irregular plural forms. These plurals do not end in –s.: goose geese; tooth teeth; person people.Some nouns, like fish, stay the same whether singular or plural.Ex. The deer stands in the yard. The deer live in the zoo.DAY 2
8 Refer to pages 455 of your Grammar Handbook. DAY 3 Change f to v and add –es or –s to form the plural of some nouns ending in f or fe.Add –s to form the plural of nouns ending in a vowel followed by o.Add –s or –es to nouns ending in a consonant followed by o.Some nouns have an irregular plural form.Some nouns stay the same whether singular or plural.Refer to pages 455 of your Grammar Handbook.DAY 3
10 Peoples sometimes have mixed feelings about Animals in nature. They like seeing goose flying in the sky but they don’t like the mess they make on the ground.They love to see a pack of wolfs on Television, but they hate what deers do to their gardens.DAY 4