Mastering Plural Nouns

Mastering Plural Nouns
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Mastering Plural Nouns

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Learning Objective
At the end of the lesson, you will be able to confidently write the plural forms of 14 common nouns.

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What do you already know about plural nouns?

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What are Plural Nouns?
Plural nouns are words that refer to more than one person, place, thing, or idea.

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Spelling Rules for Regular Plural Nouns
Most regular nouns form their plural by adding -s at the end. Example: cat - cats

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Regular Plural Nouns (Continued)
Nouns ending in -s, -x, -sh, -ch, or -o form their plural by adding -es. Example: box - boxes

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Irregular Plural Nouns
Some nouns have irregular plural forms that do not follow the regular spelling rules. Example: child - children

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Interactive Task 1
Identify the correct plural form: goose - ???

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Interactive Task 1 (Continued)
The correct plural form is: geese

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Interactive Task 2
Identify the correct plural form: mouse - ???

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Interactive Task 2 (Continued)
The correct plural form is: mice

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Practice Exercise
Write the plural forms of the following nouns: dog, book, city, baby, box, child

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Practice Exercise (Continued)
The correct plural forms are: dogs, books, cities, babies, boxes, children

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