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Plural Nouns
 
1.As a general rule you add -s to the end of a word (ex. bell -> bells) (ex. day -> days)
 
This rule does not apply if:
 
2. -if the word ends in -s, -sh, -ch, or -x
Then you add -es to the end of the word (ex. lunch -> lunches) (ex. glass -> glasses)
 
3. -if the word ends in -y (without a,e,i,o, or u directly infront of the -y)
Then you drop the -y and add -ies (ex. puppy -> puppies) (ex. boy -> boys)
 
 
Turn each of the words below into a plural using one of the rules above.
 
1.   soda ->  
 
2.  beach - >
 
3.  lily ->
 
4. Big smile smile ->
 
5.  party ->
 
6.  sandwich ->
 
7.  monkey ->
 
8.  walrus ->
 
9.  night ->
 
10.  box ->
 
11.  class ->
 
12.  family ->

 

       


 

 

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