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A. Complete the crossword.
10
8
1
6
5
2
12
9
11
7
3
4
WRITE THE PLURAL FOR THE FOLLOWING NOUNS:
 
Across:
1- wife
2- child
3- sheep
4- tooth
 
Down:
5- cherry
6- elephant
7- goose
8- woman
9- fish
10- foot
11- man
12- person
 
B. Write the sentences in the plural.
 
1. There is a book on the shelf.     
2. This boy is wearing blue jeans, an orange sweater and a cap.     
3. That man is catching a fish.     
4. I can see a wolf, a fox and a giraffe.     
5. Her mother is a housewife.     
6. The child has got a broken tooth.      
 
 
 
C. Look at the picture and choose the correct form in the plural.
 
a)    Policemen                                               b)   Childs                                        c)  Glassies           
       Policemens                                    Children                            Glasses            
 
 
 
d)   Factories                                           e)   Knives                                         f)  Feets  
      Factorys                                  Knifes                              Feet     
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

       


 

 

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