Plural Noun Exercises For English Grammar

Plural nouns in English grammar are used to indicate that there is more than one person, place, thing, or idea. The most common way to make a noun plural is by adding an “-s” to the end of the word. However, there are some irregular plural nouns that don’t follow this rule, such as “children,” “women,” and “feet.” In addition, there are some nouns that have the same form in both singular and plural, like “sheep” and “deer.” In this exercise, you will practice using plural nouns in a variety of sentences. Remember to pay attention to the context of the sentence and the hint provided to help you choose the correct plural noun.

Exercise 1: Plural Nouns in Everyday Life

Exercise 2: Plural Nouns in Nature and Environment

Grammar Exercises

Grammar Theory

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