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Irregular Plural Nouns
Most English nouns form their plural by adding either
- s (such as in: keys, books, bells, shoes, etc) or
- es (such as in: boxes, benches, wristwatches).
These are plural nouns that are said to follow a regular pattern. But not all nouns agree to this standard pattern.
They have irregular plural forms such as -- woman / women, ox / oxen, child / children.
We could have a full lesson someday, but for now, test your knowledge by completing the sentences below.
Fill in each space with the plural form of the noun in brackets.
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