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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #99581: Plural of words
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    Plural of words


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    1. Alan has two (sheep) in his barn.

    2. (woman), on average, live longer than men.

    3. Both (counsel) asked for an adjournment.

    4. These (mother-to-be) are tired now.

    5. (sports car) are very dangerous.

    6. I caught two big (fish) this morning.

    7. The (hypothesis) that are given by the students are very interesting.

    8. Mike and Alyson are (editor-in-chief).

    9. All the (family) are invited to the school festival.

    10. There are two (mouse) running from the cat!









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