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RULES IN FORMING PLURAL NOUNS ❖ A plural noun names more than one person, place, or thing. Here are some rules to make singular nouns into plural nouns: 1. To make most nouns plural, add an s to the end of the word. The plural of flower is flowers. 2. Nouns ending in s, z, ch, sh, or x, add es to the end of the word to make it plural. The plural of dish is dishes. 3. Some nouns ending with o are pluralized by adding and es to the end of the word. The plural of tomato is tomatoes. 4. Most nouns ending with o are pluralized by adding s to the end of the word. The plural of photo is photos. 5. When a noun ends in a y, change the y at the end of the word to an ies. The plural of berry is berries. 6. Some nouns ending with y, preceded by a vowel, are pluralized by just adding s to the end of the word. The plural of day is days. 7. Nouns ending with f or fe, change to f or the fe to ves to form the plural. The plural of life is lives. 8. Nouns ending with ff are usually pluralized by just adding an s to the end of the word. The plural of cuff is cuffs. 9. Some nouns change the vowel sound to become plural. The plural of man is men, the plural of tooth is teeth. 10. Some Old English plurals are still in use. The plural of child is children, the plural of ox is oxen. 11. Some nouns that end with is, the ending is changed to es to form the plural. The plural of crisis is crises. 12. Some nouns that end with um, the um is replaced with an a. The plural for datum is data, the plural for medium is media. 13. Some nouns that end with on, the on is replaced with an a. The plural of phenomenon is phenomena. 14. Some nouns that end is a, change the a at the end of the word to ae. The plural of larva is larvae. 15. Some nouns that end in ex or ix, the plural is formed by changing the x to ces. The plural of index is indeces,…...

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