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    Rules for Forming Plural Nouns

    Form most plurals by adding 's' to the singular noun.

        book = books

    If the singular noun ends in s, ss, sh, ch, or x,  add 'es' to form a plural noun.

         tax = taxes

    If the noun ends in y preceded by a consonant, change the 'y' to 'i' then add 'es.'

        pony = ponies 

    Some nouns are formed irregularly.

        mouse = mice        child = children

        foot = feet             ox = oxen 

    Can you write the correct plural form for the nouns?

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    1. I have a (bottle) of water, but I want two !

    2. There is one (beach) in this town, but there are two in that town.

    3. There are seven (day) in one week.

    4. She has one (box), but she needs three .

    5. Aladdin gave the little girl three (wish) .

    6. The shy, young man gave his girlfriend not one (kiss), but two on her cheek!!

    7. There was only one (candy) left in the jar, so I added more .

    8. Her house has one (room), but my house has five !

    9. She has one (recipe) for pancakes, but I have many .

    10. My sister eats one (sandwich) each day, but my brother eats two .

    11. Her sister has one (baby). Her brother has two .

    12. I saw a (mouse) in my house, but she saw three in her house!

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