His papers are falling off the desk.
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Plural Nouns - Final "s" and "es"

Definition:

The plural form of most nouns are created simply by adding the letter "s".

1. more than one apple = apples

2. more than one pencil = pencils

3. more than one computer = computers

Example Sentences:

Question: Do you like apples.
Answer:
Yes I do.

Question: Can I have two pencils?
Answer: Absolutely

Question: What's wrong with their computers?
Answer: I have no idea.

Words that end in -ch, x, s or s-like sounds, will require an -es for the plural:

1. more than one fox = foxes

2. more than one kiss = kisses

3. more than one match = matches

1. There are many foxes in the field today.

2. My grandmother loves to give me kisses.

3. The soccer team has many matches.

Words that end in -y will require an -ies to make them plural.

1. more than one baby = babies

2. more than one lady = ladies

3. more than one daddy = daddies
*Daddy is an American word small children use for father.

1. I have two babies.

2. Those three ladies are drinking coffee.

3. Many daddies celebrate Father's Day.

She is holding her computer with both hands.
 
 
Writing Exercise
Write the words in the plural tense. Please practice your writing skills by using a pencil and paper for this exercise.
1.
keys
=
keys
2.
lion
=
 
3.
map
=
 
4.
mix
=
 
5.
pen
=
 
6.
box
=
 
7.
ball
=
 
8.
chance
=
 
9.
paper
=
 
10.
note
=
 

 

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