Grammar Lesson – Singular and Plural Nouns

Singular and Plural Nouns

 A Singular Noun refers to only one person, place or thing, event or idea.  And, a Plural Noun refers to any number of items that are more than one.

Changing from Singular to Plural Form

In most cases, to make a Singular Noun into a Plural Noun, one only needs to add an “s” or an “es” combination to the end of the word.

However, this does not work in every situation.  For a thorough explanation of Singular and Plural Nouns…


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  1. Pingback: Grammar Lesson – Singular and Plural Nouns — The TEFL blog | So, You Think You Can Teach ESL?

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