Plural NounsAdd to favorites tutorial Add to favorites tutorialIntroduction to Plural Nouns with many examples of plural nouns with “s” ending, “es” ending, “ies” ending and some plural nouns that never change . You will find links, lessons, worksheets, interactive links, and videos to education your children about plural nouns
Plural Noun -names more than one person, place or thing. CHANGING PLURAL NOUNS:
- * Usually plural nouns have an “S” ending.
See “s” ending tab for more examples of plural nouns
- –a singular noun ends in SH, SH, CH or X, add es to make the plural form.
- irregular nouns that don’t change when they are plural. You need to memorize them
See “es” ending tab for more examples of plural nouns
- -a singular noun ends in a consonant and y, change y to i and add es.
See “ies” ending tab for more examples of plural nouns
Plural Nouns with a “s” ending Usually plural nouns have an “S” ending, except for the words that end in s, x, ch, sh or y Examples of Plural Nouns with an “s” ending Singular / Plural boat / boats hat / hats cat / cats doll / dolls house / houses river / rivers
Plural Nouns with an “es” ending a singular noun ends in SH, SH, CH or X, add es to make the plural form. Examples: Singular / Plural box / boxes brush / brushes dish / dishes peach / peaches class / classes fox / foxes wish / wishes switch / switches witch / witches church / churches
Plural Nouns with “ies” ending A noun ending in –y preceded by a consonant makes the plural with -ies. Examples: Singular / Plural cry / cries dry / dries fly / flies city / cities lady / ladies baby / babies
There are some irregular formations for noun plurals. See examples below… Singular / Plural woman / women man / men child / children tooth / teeth foot / feet person / people leaf / leaves half / halves knife / knives wife / wives life / live loaf / loaves potato / potatoes ox / oxen goose / geese cactus / cacti focus / foci fungus / fungi nucleus / nuclei analysis / analyses oasis / oases thesis / theses crisis / crises phenomenon / phenomena datum / data
Some nouns have the same form in the singular and the plural. You have to memorize them Singular / Plural sheep / sheep fish / fish species / species aircraft / aircraft deer / deer tuna / tuna salmon / salmon trout / trout moose / moose bass / bass elk / elk pike / pike
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