What Are Plural Nouns?
When a variety of multiple nouns indicate more than one in a sentence it implies a plural noun in it. You add s or es at the end of the singular word to make the sentence a plural form. For example, one cat is a singular noun, but five cats will be a plural noun. In the English language, there are regular and irregular plural nouns. We will follow the standard rule for regular plurals, but you will not use the main rule for the irregular rule. We will start our sentence making by using regular nouns as an established pattern to show one or more things. We can only recognize plural nouns by marking ('s' or 'es') at the end of the sentence. We will call it a plural suffix that is ('s' or 'es') to most alphabets. For Example: Dog - Dogs | Zebra - Zebras | Car - Cars | Flower - Flowers | Bear - Bears. We will use the second plural suffix 'es' after using the words sounds s, z, sh, ch, and j. Class - Classes | Mango - Mangoes | Fox - foxes | Tomato - Tomatoes | Potato - Potatoes. We will also use a plural suffix after removing 'y' at the end of the word to make it a plural noun. Fry - Fries | Butterfly - butterflies | Sky - skies | Blackberry - blackberries | Cherry - cherries.