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Plural Forms Of Nouns

The simplest method of forming a plural is by adding –s or –es to the singular. Examples are: dog (singular)/dogs (plural), book/books, tree/trees, box/boxes and boy/boys A few dozen nouns form their plurals irregularly. Examples are: child/children, man/men, woman/women,...

Singular And Plural

Singular A grammatical form used to talk about one person, thing etc. Examples are: cat, dog, boy, girl, tree, book etc. With an uncountable noun, the singular is usually the only form that exists...

Singular And Plural

In grammar, the term number refers to the way in which differences between singular and plural are shown grammatically. An English noun exhibits a two-way distinction of number: a singular form, denoting one of...