The word “Noun” is the grammatical term which is used to identify and represent…
Therefore, a “Singular Noun” refers to only ONE “person”, “place”, “thing”, “event”, or “idea”. And, of course, a “Plural Noun” refers to ANY number of the same, which is greater than one.
Changing from Singular to Plural
In most cases, to change a singular noun into a plural noun, we only need to add -s or -es to the end of the word.
Irregular Plural Nouns:
There are some nouns which have a much different spelling when they are changed from singular to plural form. These nouns are called “Irregular Nouns” — and are sometimes (incorrectly) referred to as “Irregular Plurals”.
And then there are some nouns which do not change at all between the singular and plural form.
(although in England, they like to say “Fishes”… Silly Brits!) 😀
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