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The rules of regular and irregular Plural NounsThe following are rules we will go through, discuss and practice
To make most nouns plural, just add sHand hands Rabbit rabbits Key keys Clock clocks Football footballs Door doors Room rooms Dog dogs Light lights Television televisions Computer computers
For nouns ending is s, x, z, ch or sh add -esPLURAL Box Boxes Pitch Pitches Wish Wishes Boss Bosses Buzz Buzzes Glass Glasses SINGULAR
for nouns that end in o, add -esSingular Noun Plural Noun Potato potatoes Tomato tomatoes Hero heroes Echo echoes Bango banjoes The plural of many words ending in o can be spelled with -s or –es.
However, for some words ending in o, just add -sSINGULAR PLURAL Cello Cellos Disco Discos Hairdo Hairdos Logo Logos Patio Patios Photo Photos Piano Pianos Radio Radios
THERE ARE SOME PLURAL NOUNS, ENDING IN F, CHANGE THE F TO V AND ADD -ESSINGULAR PLURAL Half Halves Loaf Loaves Elf Elves Leaf Leaves Self Selves Shelf Shelves Thief Thieves Wolf Wolves
However, some words ending in f, just add -s to make it pluralSINGULAR PLURAL Chef Chefs Cliff Cliffs Ref Refs Roof Roofs
Some nouns that end in -ife, change the f to v and then add -sSINGULAR PLURAL Wife Wives Life Lives Knife Knives
For common nouns that end with a consonant+y, change the y to an I and then add -esSINGULAR PLURAL Poppy Poppies Fly Flies Penny Pennies Spy Spies Weekly Weeklies Sty Sties Sky Skies
Some nouns are the same in both singular and plural formSINGULAR PLURAL Fish Fish Sheep Sheep Deer Deer Tuna Tuna Salmon Salmon Trout Trout
For some nouns, change other letters or just change the word completely!SINGULAR PLURAL Person People Child Children Ox Oxen Foot Feet Tooth Teeth Goose Geese Mouse Mice Louse Lice Man Men
Singular and Plural Nouns
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