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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #109959: Plural and words in S or ES
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    Plural and words in S or ES


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    1. Here (lunch) are made by the special cook of Mister Joe.

    2. My mother bought me two (box) of chalk last week.

    3. Annie (wish) that her parents allowed her to go to a party.

    4. Yesterday, Jim went to the market to buy some (mango).

    5. Mr. Godson has got cassava, maize, rice and some (potato).

    6. Actually, we have only ten serious (boss) in this town.

    7. Mike, a sailor, brings a lot of (photo) back from his voyages.

    8. Mr. Paul always (mix) wheat flour with water to make bread.

    9. (Quartz) contain minerals that are used in solar panels making.

    10. Sometimes, music (to craze) people who love it.

    11. The (roof) of the houses are often made of wood.









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