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From singular to plural

Change the words in brackets into the plural.

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1. The (patient) must be moved.

2. Where can I book (seat) for tonight?

3. He puts his toys into two (box).

4. She has bought three (watch) of the same colour.

5. He hasn't paid his (tax).

6. There are many beautiful (plant) in the woods.

7. He can't find the (address) he needs for his job.

8. I'd like two single (room) please.

9. Leave your (key) at the reception desk.

10. He has just eaten two big (sandwich) full of cheese.

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