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Plural Nouns

Sep 5, 2022

Rules for Plural Nouns 

  • If there is only one person/object, it is called a singular noun.  
  • If there are more than one person/object, it is called plural noun. 
  • There are specific forms of plural nouns depending on the ending letters of the singular nouns. 
  • Some nouns do not follow the rules given above, hence they are called irregular nouns.  
  • Some nouns do not have a plural form.  

Forms of Plural Nouns  


Paper – Papers  

Puppy – Puppies  

Book – Books 

 Baby – Babies 

 Glass – Glasses 


 Bus – Buses 

 Match – Matches 

 Hero – Heroes  

Knife – Knives 

 Man – Men  


Calf – Calves  

Child – Children 


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