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If the word ends in s, x, z, ch, or sh, the plural is usually formed by adding ‘es. This is because when you add an ‘s’ to the end of these words, you have to add an extra syllable to the the word in order to prounounce it. For example: the plural of boss is bosses, the plural of box is boxes, the plural of buzz is buzzes, the plural of lunch is lunches, and the plural of brush is brushes. Not all plurals end in ‘s’ or ‘es’. Irregular nouns are those that do not use the regular plural ending. The following are some irregular plurals. Note: Collective nouns are words for a group of items or beings.
For example, a group of cows is called a herd, a group of baseball players is called a team, and a group of ants is called a colony. Write plural animal nouns for dog, puppy, calf, wolf, monkey, fly, mouse, louse, sheep, and trout. Then rewrite each sentence with the underlined noun made into a plural — kitten, ox, deer, goose, moose. Write plural animal nouns for bird, fox, goose, moose, salmon, butterfly, pony, cattle, deer, and ox. Then rewrite each sentence with the underlined noun made into a plural — guppy, donkey, canary, cod, reindeer. Write plural nouns for gift, candy, cake, candle, party, wish, friend, guest, clown, balloon.
Then rewrite each sentence with the underlined nouns made into plurals — chair, present, person, bow, ribbon, gift, child. Write plural nouns for foot, elbow, tooth, eye, body, wrist, ankle, artery, calf, and vertebra. Then rewrite each sentence with the underlined nouns made into plurals — arm, leg, foot, knee, finger, toe, tooth. Write plural clothing nouns for dress, pants, coat, shirt, scarf, shorts, coat, glove, muff, and sandal. Then rewrite each sentence with the underlined noun made into a plural — sock, shoe, scarf, cap, dress, mitten, boot.