2 Singular Nouns -names ONE person, place, thing, or idea One astronomer saw a star. One student had an interesting suggestion.
3 Plural Nouns -names MORE THAN ONE person, place, thing, or idea The astronomers saw many stars. Several students had interesting suggestions.
4 This chart shows the usual ways to form the plural of nouns. One of the hardest things about plural nouns is spelling them correctlyThis chart shows the usual ways to form the plural of nouns.PLURAL NOUNS VIDEO
5 However, there are so many exceptions to these rules However, there are so many exceptions to these rules. Using spell check, Google or a dictionary are the best ways to know if a plural noun is spelled correctly!
6 Apostrophe Trick Video Possessive Noun VideoPossessive NounsSingular: bird Add an apostrophe and –s bird’s familyPlural ending in –s eggs Add an apostrophe eggs’ colorsPlurals not ending in –s men Add an apostrophe and –s men’s hatsApostrophe Trick Video