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
Question: Do you like apples.
Answer:Yes I do.
Question: Can I have two pencils?
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.