Plural Rules Part One By Brian Carruthers Plural Rule 1 Most words add s to make the plural. one apple two apples desk desks month months book books train trains pen pens name names
shop shops friend friends chair chairs teacher teachers Try these pencil road flower girl plant window door
cake banana shoe Plural Rule 2 Add es to words ending in ch, sh, s, ss, x or z to make the plural. one box many boxes wish wishes
beach beaches cross crosses waltz waltzes bus buses church churches dish dishes loss losses fox foxes bunch bunches Try these quiz
pitch wax class gas glass dress bush hutch watch Plural Rule 3
When the letter before a y is a consonant, change the y to an i before adding an es. one baby two babies city cities pony ponies reply replies berry family lady
berries families ladies Try these daisy ferry army party fly diary
cherry belly jelly filly Plural Rule 4 When words end in ay, ey, iy, oy, and uy add an s to make the plural. one donkey two donkeys day key
play days boy keys delay plays boys delays guy guys Try these quay
valley tray pulley toy monkey trolley buoy relay holiday Plural Rule 5 When
words end in f or fe change the f or fe to a v before adding es. one knife two knives leaf leaves half halves wife wives life hoof thief lives hooves
thieves Try these wolf elf loaf self calf shelf Exceptions cliffs, chiefs, roofs, dwarfs and handkerchiefs. Plural Rule 6 When
a word ends in an o and comes after a consonant, add es to make the plural. one tomato two tomatoes cargo cargoes mango mangoes echo echoes hero heroes volcano volcanoes torpedo torpedoes Try these potato
avocado mosquito domino buffalo dingo Exceptions pianos, banjos, solos, radios and Eskimos. Plural Rules 7 Sometimes a word may completely change its form when a plural is made. one child
two children person people goose geese man men woman women cactus cacti fungus fungi Try these tooth dice foot
mouse nucleus criterion Plural Rule 8 Sometimes a word may stay the same in both its singular and plural form. one fish many fish tuna
tuna deer deer moose moose trout trout sheep sheep series series Try these aircraft species offspring salmon
bream perch Recap and Consolidation The easiest way to learn how to spell a word is to practice! Practice! Practice! Spelling rules are helpful but practice makes perfect. Once you learn how to spell a word you will not forget how to spell it as long as you practice! Practice! Practice!
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