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NOUNS WHAT IS A NOUN?
A noun is a word that names a person, a place, or a thing. How many nouns are in the following sentence? The birds rested in their nests in the trees by my house.
PRACTICE The birds rested in their nests in the trees by my house. There were 4 nouns in that sentence.
EXAMPLES Persons: girl, student, Ms. Knapp, policeman Places:school, park, Dearborn, Alaska Things: flag, book, pencil
COMMON AND PROPER NOUNS
COMMON VS. PROPER A common noun is used when you are talking about persons, places, or things in general. A proper noun is used when you are talking about specific persons, places, or things.
COMMON VS. PROPER Are the following words common or proper? school october monday frog los angelos beach
SINGULAR AND PLURAL NOUNS
SINGULAR VS. PLURAL A singular noun names one place, person, thing, or idea. A plural noun names more than one place, person, thing, or idea.
RULES FOR CHANGING SINGULAR TO PLURAL For most nouns, you just need to add an “s” to the end of the word. kid kids park parks car cars
RULES FOR CHANGING SINGULAR TO PLURAL For nouns ending in s, x, ch, or sh, you need to add an “-es” to the end of the word. cross crosses tax taxes bunch bunches hush hushes
RULES FOR CHANGING SINGULAR TO PLURAL For nouns ending in a vowel and a y, add “–s”. key keys toy toys pray prays
RULES FOR CHANGING SINGULAR TO PLURAL For nouns ending in a consonant and a y, change the y to an i and add “–es”. sky skies try tries imply implies
RULES FOR CHANGING SINGULAR TO PLURAL For nouns ending in f or fe, change the f to a v and add “es”; for other nouns, just add “s”. life lives half halves sniff sniffs
RULES FOR CHANGING SINGULAR TO PLURAL For nouns ending in a vowel and o, add “s”. rodeo rodeos radio radios
RULES FOR CHANGING SINGULAR TO PLURAL For nouns ending in a consonant and o, add “s” or “-es”. solo solos tomato tomatoes potato potatoes piano pianos
RULES FOR CHANGING SINGULAR TO PLURAL Some nouns have unique changes from singular to plural. mouse mice goose geese octopus octopi foot feet
RULES FOR CHANGING SINGULAR TO PLURAL Some nouns stay the same from singular to plural. deer deer moose moose fish fish
SINGULAR POSSESSIVE NOUNS
WHAT IS A SINGULAR POSSESSIVE NOUN? It shows that one person, place, or thing has or owns something. To show ownership, add an apostrophe and an s (‘s)
EXAMPLES The fur of the dog The dog’s fur The tail of the fox The fox’s tail
EXAMPLES The name of the dog The dog’s name The class of Ms. Knapp Ms. Knapp’s class
PLURAL POSSESSIVE NOUNS
WHAT IS A PLURAL POSSESSIVE NOUN? It shows ownership of a plural noun. If it ends in an “s” already, just add an apostrophe. If it doesn’t end in an “s”, add an apostrophe and an s.
EXAMPLES The yards of the neighbors The people’s names The cars of the teachers The teachers’ cars
EXAMPLES The names of the people The neighbor’s yards The crayons of the children The children’s crayons
When a noun shows ownership or possession
Forming the Plural of Nouns
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Irregular Plurals. Form most nouns add s book - books idea - ideas student - students camera - cameras shoe - shoes.
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More Plural Nouns Chapter 2, Lesson 4.
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Singular and Plural Nouns
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MAKING NOUNS PLURAL. PLURAL NOUNS A plural form of a noun names more than one person, place, thing, or idea.
NOUNS. Why are nouns important? Who would know what you were talking about if you weren’t able to use words that mean people, places, things, and ideas?
Plural and Singular Nouns By Project LA Activity Adapted by Cheryl M. Hamilton.
Ms. Suthiya Mano. A plural form of a noun names more than one. It usually ends with s or es.
SINGULAR AND PLURAL NOUNS
By Ms. Adams Revised by Mr. C
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