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Singular and Plural 15 Exercises ● S-122

Singular and Plural 15 Exercises ● S-122
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● 15 Exercises of Singular and Plural.
● 164 Colored pictures (2.25" x 2.25").
●  230 Labels (color-coded blue and red).
●  15 Observation Cards.

Exercises Illustrating the Grammatical Rules for the  Include:

  1. Most singular nouns form the plural by adding an s.

  2. Some nouns have irregular plurals.

  3. Singular nouns that end with ch, s, sh, x, and z, form the plural by adding es.

  4. Singular nouns that end with y preceded by a consonant form the plural by changing the y to i and adding es.

  5. Singular nouns that end with y preceded by a vowel form the plural form the plural by adding an s.

  6. Some singular nouns that end with f form the plural by changing the f to v and adding es; however, singular nouns that end in fe form the plural by changing the f to v and adding an s at the of the word.

  7. Some singular nouns that end with f form the plural by adding s.

  8. A small number of singular nouns that end with o form the plural by adding es.

  9. Some singular nouns that end with o have two plural spellings. The plural can be formed by adding s or es; however, it is important that the spelling chosen be used consistently in the same work.

  10. Some singular nouns that end with o, especially those that relate to music, form the plural by adding s.

  11. A few singular nouns remain the same in the plural.

  12. A few nouns only use the plural form.

  13. Some singular hyphenated words form the plural by adding an s to the most important word. If both parts of the word have equal value, the last word takes the s.

  14. A few nouns that have come into English from Latin and Greek have kept their foreign plural form.

  15. Some plurals of words have come from foreign languages such as Latin or Greek. These plurals have two correct spellings: the foreign spelling and the English spelling. However, it is important that the spelling chosen be used consistently in the same work.