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Unit 3A Singular and Plural Nouns with This, That, These, Those Page 27
Nouns - 명사 Nouns can be either: Singular Or Plural
Singular Nouns Singular = ONE Use an article (a / an) before a singular noun
Plural Nouns Plural = MANY Add (s /es / ies) after a plural noun
S / ES / IES Usually we add ‘S’ to plural nouns Books Phones Shirts
S / ES / IES If the noun ends in “SH, CH, X, SS, S, Z” add “ES” Watches Boxes Brushes
S / ES / IES If the noun ends in consonant + y ( 자음 + y). Delete the “Y” and add “IES” Dictionary =Dictionaries Baby = Babies
EXCEPTIONS If a singular item has two parts it becomes plural.
This / That These / Those
This / That Use This and That for SINGULAR NOUNS
What’s this? It’s an umbrella
What’s that? It’s a pen
These / Those Use These and Those for PLURAL NOUNS
What are these? They’re cameras
What are those? They’re newspapers
This / These Use This and These for things: Near you Next to you You are touching You are holding
This / These This apple
This / These These apples
That / Those Use That and Those for things: Far from you
That / Those That apple
That / Those Those apples
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