Singular and Plural Nouns in English

By | September 24, 2020

Singular and Plural Nouns

Singular Noun

Singular means one and talks about only one person, place, thing or animal.
For a singular noun we don’t need to add any letters at the end.

For Examples : girl, flower, lunch, bus, house, glass.

Plural Nouns

Plural means many and talks about more than one person, place,  thing or animal.
We add s or es at the end of plural nouns.

When writing plural nouns we usually put the letter s at the end of a singular noun to make it plural.

For Examples :

cat will become cats, coin will be coins and pizza will be pizzas.

However when a singular noun ends with the letters s, ss, sh, ch, x or z we add the letters es at the end

For Examples :

church will become churches bush will be bushes and class will become classes

The Examples of singular and plural nouns in sentences :

  1. I have one banana in my bag.
  2. We ate many dishes last night.
  3. Can you get 2 boxes for me ?
  4. Mother sits on a bench.

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