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Making Single Nouns Plural8 simple rules
Rules # 1 & #2 To form the plural of most nouns add an –s. Shirts Jeans Form the plural of most nouns ending in s, x, z, ch, or sh by adding –es Boxes Buzzes Churches
Rule #3 Form the plural of most nouns ending in y w/ a consonant before the y by changing the y to an I and adding –es. Baby = Babies Fly = Flies
Rules #4 & #5 Form the plural of nouns ending in y w/ a vowel before the y by adding – s. Boys Keys Form the plural of most nouns ending in f or fe by changing the f to a v & adding -es. Loaf = loaves
Rule #6 Form the plural of most nouns ending in o with a vowel before the o by adding -sKangaroo - Kangaroos
Rule #7 Form the plural of most nouns ending in o w/ a consonant before the o by adding -esHero = Heroes Potato = Potatoes
Rule #8 The plural of some nouns are formed in irregular ways.Child = Children Goose = Geese
Singular and Plural Nouns
Created by Gayle Hughes
Teacher Notes Subject: Literacy Topic: Word and sentence Level Work Spelling strategies, conventions and rules: grammatical awareness Title: Rules of Punctuation.
Plurals and Possessives March Forming plurals of nouns To form the plurals of most nouns, add s. –Examples: Snack = snacks –Oven = ovens –Umbrella.
How can we make a noun plural in an easy way?
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The rules of regular and irregular Plural Nouns
Plural and Singular Nouns By Project LA Activity Adapted by Cheryl M. Hamilton.
Plural and Singular Nouns
Plural Form of the Nouns Множественное число имен существительных.
PLURAL Tea Tamm 2005.
Definitions and spelling rules
Plural Nouns Plural nouns show more than one person, place or thing.
The vowels are: a, e, i, o, and u The consonants are: b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k, l, m, n, p, q, r, s, t, v, w, x, y, and z.
Nouns Ms. Eck. Nouns A noun names a person, place, thing, or idea. Emily read a book about honor in Japan. Person thing idea place A noun names a person,
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