Nouns plural form

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Nouns plural form

  1. 1. SINGULAR AND PLURALWhat are the spelling rules for adding –s to nouns?Which quantifiers can you use with singular,countable and countable nouns?We’re going to answer these questions and more.
  2. 2. RulesFor most nouns,add +sAdd –es to nounsending in -sh, -ch,-ss, -x, andsometimes –oFor consonant + y,ending change the–y to –i and add -esFor an –few or –fending change theending to -vesSingular/Pluralstudent/studentstable/tableslunch/lunchesdish/dishestomato/tomatoesbaby /babiescity/citieslife/livesshelf/shelves
  3. 3. QUANTIFIERS TELL IF A NOUN IS SINGULAR OR PLURALSingular nouns- a pie- one piePlural countnouns:- a few eggs- a several eggs- a lot of eggs– many eggs–six eggsFor noncountnoun:- A little fruit- Some fruit- A lot of fruit- Much. Oftenused in thenegative.Example:He doesn’t have
  4. 4. 1. CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER. YOU CAN CHOOSE MORE THAN ONEANSWER. WHICH SENTENCES ARE CORRECT?a. She wants to have some fruitand several milk.b. She wants to have several fruitand a little milk.c. She wants to have some fruitand a little milk.d. Did you use the blue dishes foreach of their lunches?e. Did you use the blue dishes foreach of their lunchs?
  5. 5. 2. CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER. YOU CAN CHOOSE MORE THAN ONEANSWER. WHICH SENTENCES ARE CORRECT?a. Our lives are all busy, and the boss doesn’t have a lotof times. Which citys does he want to visit?b. Our lives are all busy, and the boss only has a littletime. Which cities does he want to visit?c. Our lifes are all busy, and the boss doesn’t have a lotof times. Which cities does he want to visit?d. Our lives are all busy, and the boss doesn’t have muchtime. Which cities does he want to visit?e. Our lives are all busy, and the boss doesn’t have manytime. Which citys does he want to visit?
  6. 6. Congratulations! You’ve finished an importantlesson on noun pluralsYou’ve learned spellingrules, and how to usesome quantifiers withcount and noncountnouns.

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