What are Plurals?
In English language, the term plural refers to a quantity of a noun that is greater than one. We plural in the combination of singular and we express it by only one. For example;
One cat or two cats.
(a single cat represents singular noun and a pair of cat represent a plural noun).
For plurals, we will have to make singular nouns plurals. Only you will need to -s at the end of the singular word. Pluralization has multiple rules that relies on what alphabet a noun word ends in it. Plural noun rules will not be applicable when you don't follow irregular nouns. You will need to cramp it or find it in the dictionary.
There are further types of countable and uncountable noun. There are many different kinds of singular and plural forms of nouns. But, these two are the most famous one. When you write a noun with a singular and plural form, you will call it a countable noun. For example; cat/cats, man, men, etc. A noun become non-countable when we use it in contrasts between them. In this case, we don't have a plural form. For example; music, bravery, etc.
Add an -s to each singular noun to make it
a plural noun.
Add an -es to each singular noun to make it
a plural noun.
Rewrite each word to form a word that states more than one.
Change the form of each word.
Circle all the plural nouns. Then use each one in a sentence.
Which column do these belong to?
Complete each sentence by adding the word "one" if the noun is
singular or the word "some" if the noun is plural.
Look at the underlined word and let us know what form it takes on.
Write two sentences for each noun.
Write the words in the correct columns.
Write what you see in the picture.
Draw a shape around each word to signify its form.
Write the plural form of each noun on the line.
Complete the chart with the missing noun tenses.
Write the plural form of each word.
Some words end in y. To make these words plural, drop the y and change
to an i and add es.
Rewrite these words in the plural form.
We work with words that confuse many students.
To make these words plural, drop the y and change
to an i and add es. If there is a vowel before the y, add s.
When y comes after a consonant at the end of a noun, change the y to an i
and add es.
Read each noun below and write
the plural on the line.
Circle the noun that is spelled
These words can confuse some students.
Write the words to represent a single unit.
Choose the correct word to complete each sentence.
An s at the end of a word often means there is more than one.
Which form of the word would complete the sentence?
Choose the correct word to complete each sentence. Write the word on the
Complete the sentence with the proper form of the word.
Look for the singular and plural nouns on the snowman and the tree.
Complete the two columns below by writing the nouns in the correct
Look at the nouns at the bottom of the page. Some are plural,
which means more than one. Some are singular, which means
only one. List them in the correct columns.