Irregular Nouns

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Next Generation Global Education
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Irregular Nouns

Watch the video clip. How many different rules are explained? Try to come up with examples of your own for each of the rules.Remember: Singular nouns ending with a consonant + y must end with -ies in the plural form. Singular nouns ending with a vowel + y end with -s in the plural form. Words ending with a consonant + o must end with -es in the plural form.

Match the singular noun with the correct plural noun form. All of these examples are irregular nouns.*A noun must use the plural form when it is naming more than one of the same object.

Select one of the characters. Click "All Rules". For each singular noun, select the fish with the correct plural form.Remember: You can add an -s ending to most words to make them plural. However, for irregular nouns, you must memorize the individual rules for each noun.

While most nouns are easily made plural with a few simple changes, such as adding an “s” or “es” to the end of the word, there is one group of nouns that doesn’t seem to follow the rules. They’re called irregular nouns and you guessed it…they don’t become plural the “regular” way.No worries, though. Here’s all the information you need to recognize and form irregular plural nouns.

IRREGULAR PLURALS--WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE?!


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