Singular to Plural

singularMaking singular words into plural words can be difficult to understand at times because there are so many different rules that can apply and exceptions to those rules…making it more complicated than it needs to be!  For instance, most words become plural simply by adding an “s” to the end (hat/hats, car/cars, envelope/envelopes).  However, words ending in “y, f, s” and others all have different rules that apply to them, so you need to learn these rules before you can confidently make singular words into plural words correctly.  Look at the link below to learn these rules and then practice what you’ve learned on the exercises at the bottom of the lesson sheet.

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