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Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #6828: Plural forms
Add an '-s'
A car -> two cars
– EN- / -REN-
An ox -> two oxen
A child -> two children
A man -> two men
A tooth -> two teeth
A mouse -> two mice
–Y- => –IES- BUT NOT IF there a vowel before the –Y-
A lady -> two ladies
A key -> two keys
–F- / –FE- => – VES-
A knife -> two knives
A leaf -> two leaves
–O- => –OES-
A tomato -> two tomatoes
–CH- / –SH- => –ES- except for nationalities
A church -> two churches
A dish -> two dishes
A few words ending in –S-
A means -> two means
A Japanese -> two Japanese
The last word is in the plural form
Lorry–driver -> lorry-drivers
Grown-up -> grown-ups
A passer-by / two passers-by
A woman-candidate -> two women-candidates
Exercise : Write the words between brackets into the plural form.
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