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Plural nouns

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Plural of Nouns - Areal editora

Plural of Nouns - Areal editora


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  • 1. To make the plural we usually add –s to the noun. book  books pen  pens Nouns ending in –s, -sh, -ch, -x and some nouns ending in –o  es. class  classes box  boxes watch  watches tomato  tomatoes Nouns ending in consonant + y  ies. country  countries baby  babies But vowel+ y  s boy  boys Most nouns ending in –f or –fe  ves. knife  knives leaf  leaves
  • 2. person  people man  men woman  women child  children foot  feet tooth  teeth mouse  mice fish  fish sheep  sheep
  • 3. PLAY
  • 4. WOLFES WOLVES WOLFESES
  • 5. TOMATOES TOMATOS TOMATOSES
  • 6. BABYES BABYS BABIES
  • 7. BUSIES BUSES BUSS
  • 8. FOXS FOXES FOXIES
  • 9. MOUSIES MICE MOUSES
  • 10. FOOTIES FOOTS FEET
  • 11. TOOTHES TOOTHS TEETH
  • 12. SHEEP SHEEPS SHEEPES
  • 13. CHILDREN CHILDS CHILDES
  • 14. BRUSHS BRUSHES BRUSHIES
  • 15. POLICEMANES POLICEMANS POLICEMEN END

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