Understanding Singular - Plural


This article make the students understand about the rules to form Plurals from Singular. After learning these rules students will never make any mistake in forming Plurals. So just go through these rules which are very easy to understand. These worksheets not only include the rules but also have some practice exercise for students.

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Understanding Number of Nouns (Singular - Plural)



The Nouns boy, bird, book etc. stand for only one person, animal or thing. They are said to be in the Singular Number.

The Nouns boys, birds, books etc. stand for more than one person, animal or thing. They are said to be in the Plural Number.


Please read & follow the rules in the given article to forming plurals. It also includes some practice exercise for students.


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  • Singular-Plural (3491-63645-Singular-Plural.pdf)
  • Singular-Plural (3491-63711-Singular-Plural.pdf)
  • Singular-Plural (3491-63735-Singular-Plural.pdf)
  • Singular-Plural (3491-63754-Singular-Plural.pdf)
  • Singular-Plural (3491-63822-Singular-Plural.pdf)
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