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            PLURAL OF NOUNS
              
  

 

one mouse
   and one cat

 
 
 
 
 
 five mice  
and no cat.....
                      
 
 
 
 
  • Choose the correct word.
  1. The glass / glasses is full.
  2. The pencil / pencils is short .
  3. He is a child /children.
  4. The men / man is in the park.
  5. His tooth / teeth are yellow.
  6. The women /woman are in the shop.
  7. The mouse / mice is in the hole.
  8. I have an apple / apples
  9. We are a fireman /firemen.
  10. I see two box / boxes.
   
  • Write these words in plural.  Add  -s,-es, -ies, -ves

a boy -            a pencil-         a peach-        a potato-       2
a box-           2 a baby-            a table-        a bus-           5
a city-        5   a dish-             a robot-         a knife-           2
a girl-             a fox-               a toy-            a tomato-       2
a dress-       10 a beach-         2   a lady-          a monkey-       7
a bench-      2 a brush-         10  a snake-         a door-           2 
a bike-            a desk-           9    a pen-             a tree-           8
a story-          a body-          2    a glass-           a way-            2
a leaf-             a key-          5   a cherry-      a duck -          6
a day-           9   a chair-          an egg -         a wish-            2

 
  •   Write these words in plural.   Example:   one goose       four geese                

one  child

 

two
 

one  man

 
 
two
 

one woman

 
 
two

 

one  person

 
 
many

one  tooth

many

one  mouse

 
 
two

one fish

 
 
two

one  deer

 
 
two

one  foot

two

one sheep

 
 
 
two
 
 
  • Change the sentences into the plural form.

Example:  My foot is big.      My feet are big.

  1. The  man is tall.         
  2. The woman is fat.       
  3. The child is sad.         
  4. The mouse is gray.     
  5. My tooth is white.     
  • Change the sentences into the singular form.

Example:  The fish are quiet.     The fish is quiet.

  1. The geese are in the yard. 
  2. The children are tired.      
  3. The policemen are old.       
  4. The mice are hungry.         
  5. The sheep are ugly.             
 
 

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