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What is a plural noun in a sentence?

What is a plural noun in a sentence?

A plural noun is a word that indicates that there is more than one person, animal place, thing, or idea. When you talk about more than one of anything, you’re using plural nouns. When you write about more than one of anything, you usually use the same word, simply adding an s, es, or ies to the end.

What are some plural noun examples?


Singular Plural
woman women
man men
child children
tooth teeth

What are plural nouns?

A plural noun indicates that there is more than one of that noun (while a singular noun indicates that there is just one of the noun). Most plural forms are created by simply adding an -s or –es to the end of the singular word.

What are the rules of plural nouns?

Plural Nouns. English Grammar Rules. In general the plural of a noun is formed by adding -S to the noun. However: 1. When the noun ends in S, SH, CH, X or Z*, we add -ES to the noun. I have a box in my bedroom. I have three boxes in my bedroom.

Which nouns are always plural?

11 Nouns That Only Have a Plural Form Scissors. Scissors has a plural verb agreement. Goggles. Goggles, glasses, and binoculars only show up in the plural. Pants. In the rarefied world of fashion reporting, you may see pant show up as a singular noun (“a floral pant is a must-have for spring”), but for the Panties. Clothes. Riches. Jitters. Shenanigans. Remains. Annals.

What are some examples of plural nouns?

Plural nouns refer to a noun with more than one thing. Examples: plants, cats, beaches, fungi, feet.

How do most nouns form their plural?

Most English nouns form their plural by adding either -s (book s, band s, bell s) or -es (box es, bunch es, batch es). These plural forms are said to follow a regular pattern.