Singular and Plural Nouns

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Singular and Plural Nouns

  1. 1. Singular and Plural Nouns<br />Directions: Underline the nouns in each sentence below. Above each noun, write an “S” if the noun is singular or write a “P” if the noun is plural.<br /> S P<br />example: Yesterday, the Zambezi was filled with boats. (2 nouns)<br /><ul><li>We went to the market to buy two drinks. (2 nouns)
  2. 2. The book was filled with colorful stickers. (2 nouns)
  3. 3. My mom drives too slow. (1 noun)
  4. 4. Have you read all of the magazines on that shelf? (2 nouns)
  5. 5. The mom assigned a project for her children to complete. (3 nouns)
  6. 6. Tonight I will help clean the dishes from the table. (2 nouns)
  7. 7. Grandpa swept the porch with his broom. (3 nouns)</li></ul> 8. The boots next to the door are wet. (2 nouns)<br />ANSWER KEY:<br /> S P<br /><ul><li>We went to the market to buy two drinks. (2 nouns)
  8. 8. S P
  9. 9. The book was filled with colorful stickers. (2 nouns)</li></ul> S<br /><ul><li>My mom drives too slow. (1 noun)</li></ul> S S<br /><ul><li>Have you read all of the magazines on that shelf? (2 nouns)</li></ul> S S P<br /><ul><li>The mom assigned a project for her children to complete. (3 nouns)</li></ul> P S<br /><ul><li>Tonight I will help clean the dishes from the table. (2 nouns)</li></ul> S S S <br /><ul><li>Grandpa swept the porch with his broom. (3 nouns)</li></ul> P S<br /> 8. The boots next to the door are wet. (2 nouns)<br />

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