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Regular Plural Nouns Most nouns in English are made into plural nouns by adding an s to the singular form.

If the noun ends with an s, ch, sh, or x, an es is added to make the noun plural. The underlined noun in each sentence is spelled in its singular form. Write the correct plural form after the sentence. The first one is done for you. 1. There are too many box in our attic. boxes 2. How many picture did you take on your trip? 3. Cheryl doesnt enjoy washing dish. 4. There are three church in our little community. 5. Our soccer team has had four wins and three loss. In each sentence there is one singular noun that should be plural. Underline that noun and write the correct form after the sentence. The first one is done for you. 1. We put ten of our best crystal glass on the table. glasses 2. All the student in that school wear uniforms. 3. Our watch dont show the same time. 4. Why are all school bus painted yellow? 5. Seven protester were arrested after the riot. 6. We saw some bright flash of light coming from the woods. 7. Why must I pay four different tax on the same income? rhlschool.com RHL School - Free Worksheets and More Copyright 1999 RHL

Irregular Plural Nouns Most nouns in English are made into plural nouns by adding an s to the singular form. If the noun ends with an s, ch, sh, or x, an es is added to make the noun plural. Plural nouns that are not made plural in this way are irregular plural nouns. There are two or more plural nouns in each sentence. Only one of them is an irregular plural noun. Underline the irregular plural noun in each sentence and write the singular form. The first sentence has been done for you.

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Vincent helped the women choose their costumes. woman The hunters never noticed the two deer by the apple trees. Are the geese chasing the other farm animals? Do turtles have teeth? The children told their parents about the matches. You should place the knives and spoons to the left of the plates. The children stood on boxes to see the parade. We took pictures of the oxen as they pulled the wagons.

9. Sandy knew that many mice were living in the walls of the old houses. 10. Please keep your hands and feet inside the car. 11. All the kings horses and all the kings men ate scrambled eggs. Convert each singular noun to plural, and each plural noun to singular. Name: Date: Copyright 2012 WorksheetWorks.com ( 1 ) torsos torso ( 2 ) staples ( 3 ) courts-martial ( 4 ) zeros ( 5 ) alumnus ( 6 ) dice ( 7 ) man ( 8 ) fax ( 9 ) light (10) mosquitos (11) headquarters (12) word (13) trout (14) torpedoes (15) tray (16) media (17) tiger (18) dominoes (19) face (20) buildings (21) books (22) keyboards (23) icons (24) fish (25) calves (26) tattoo (27) fox (28) duos (29) volcanos (30) atrocities (31) memorandum (32) hooves (33) deer (34) army (35) windows (36) baby (37) trenches (38) bushes Convert each singular noun to plural, and each plural noun to singular. Name: Date: Copyright 2012 WorksheetWorks.com

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