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Plural nouns 1 ero

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Plural nouns 1 ero

  1. 1. Mrs. Anabel Montes - English teacher Shoe Shoes
  2. 2. A noun is a name of a person, place or thing. Shoe Leaf Ball Car Story Clock Brush
  3. 3. Nouns can be more than one. Brushes Doors Balloons Monkeys Cups
  4. 4. Adding s to make plurals. Shoe Ball Car ClockShoes Balls Cars Clocks Singular SingularPlural Plural Cup Cups Spoon Spoons
  5. 5. Match singulars and plurals. Ball Car Clock Balls Cars ClocksCup Cups Spoon Spoons Doors Door
  6. 6. Adding es to make plurals. Box Brush Fish Boxes Brushes Fishes Singular Plural When nouns end with sh, ch, s or x we add es to make plurals.
  7. 7. Match singulars and plurals. Box BrushFish Boxes Brushes Fishes Foxes Fox Bunch BunchesGlasses Glass
  8. 8. Adding ies to make plurals. Bunny Pony Story Bunnies Ponies Stories Singular Plural When nouns end with y we add ies to make plurals. If there is a vowel before the y then s is added. Monkey Monkeys
  9. 9. Match singulars and plurals. Bunny Pony StoryBunniesPonies Stories Monkey Monkeys Toys Toy Boy Boys
  10. 10. Some nouns have different plurals. Child Man Tooth Children Men Teeth Singular Plural Foot Woman Mouse Feet Women Mice Singular Plural
  11. 11. Match singulars and plurals. Child Man Tooth ChildrenMen Teeth Foot Woman Mouse Feet Women Mice
  12. 12. Some singular and plurals are the same. Sheep Deer Salmon Sheep Deer Salmon Singular Plural
  13. 13. Match singulars and plurals. Sheep Deer Salmon Sheep Deer Salmon
  14. 14. Write singulars or plurals. mice bag brush foxes donke ycow sheep door teeth kid glass children spider ponies flower lady
  15. 15. Write singulars or plurals. toys tail box hats pot lunch salmon cake dish baby windows fish chair cars can balloons

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