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A singular noun names one person, place, thing, or idea.

A plural noun names more than one person, place, thing, or idea.

We make most nouns plural by adding s.

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We saw some wild hogs on our last trip.

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How many board games have you played?

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Dad and I scored three soccer goals together.

We make some nouns plural by adding es. We usually add es to nouns that end with and s, x, sh, or ch.

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Many classes visted the museum.

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We are studying foxes at school.

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How many wishes do you want?

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Let's meet at the benches after school.

If the noun ends in a y, we drop the y and then add ies.

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The weather calls for blue skies today.

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The young ladies put on a play for the communtiy.

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I spent the day chasing butterflies.


Exercise

Open the activity. Practice using plural nouns in a sentence.