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  • 1. Noun Booklet By: Sarah F
  • 2. Most Singular Nouns Add S. Apple Apples Nouns Ending in s,x, sh,or ch add es. Box Boxes Nouns Ending with a vowel and y add S. Valley Valleys Nouns Ending with a Consonant and Y, Change the Y to I and add es. City Cities
  • 3. Nouns Ending in F or FE ,change the f to v and add ES to some nouns, add S to other nouns. Shelf Shelves Nouns Ending with a vowel and O add S. Rodeo Rodeos Nouns that have special plural spellings. Tooth Teeth Nouns Remain the same. Deer Deer
  • 4. Common Nouns State Proper Nouns Illinois To make a Singular Possessive Nouns,add an Apostrophes (‘s). Girl’s Flower To make a Plural Nouns that ends in s a Possessive , add an Apostrophe to the end of the word. Teachers’ school
  • 5. To make a Plural Noun that does not end in S Possessive ,add an Apostrophe S. Men’s coats

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