Lesson 7: Singular and Plural Nouns

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Lesson 7: Singular and Plural Nouns

  1. 1. Singular and Plural Nouns
  2. 2. There are 6 ways tochange a noun from singular to plural.•A noun is a person, place, or thing.•Singular means only one noun.•Plural means more than one noun.
  3. 3. Rule 1Most nouns become plural by adding “s”. boy boys book books desk desks school schools
  4. 4. Rule 2Nouns that end in “ch”, “sh”, “x”, add “es”. bush bushes box boxes church churches
  5. 5. Rule 3Nouns that end in “f” or “fe” often change to “ves”. wife wives wolf wolves
  6. 6. Rule 4Some nouns change the inside spelling. man men goose geese mouse mice
  7. 7. Rule 5 Nouns that end in a consonantletter and “y”, drop the “y” and add “ies”. sky skies puppy puppies donkey donkeys key keys
  8. 8. Rule 6Some nouns do not change when making them plural. wheat wheat deer deer fish fish corn corn
  9. 9. Review1. Most nouns become plural by adding “s”. cup cups2. Nouns that end in “ch”, “sh”, “x” add “es” dish dishes3. Nouns that end in”f” or “fe” often change to “ves”. knife knives
  10. 10. Review4. Some nouns change the inside spelling. woman women5. Nouns that end in consonant letter and “y”, drop the “y” and add “ies”. fly flies monkey monkeys6. Some nouns do not change when making them plural. cotton cotton
  11. 11. mouse micefly fliespen pensflash flashesrice ricelife lives

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