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Singular-Plural Nouns

This site is designed to help the user review the rules for forming plural noun forms.

A noun is a word that names a person, place or thing. The singular form of a noun refers to one person, place or thing. The plural form of the noun refers to two or more persons, places or things.

Nouns form the plural in different ways. The pages listed in the menu table review the different rules for forming plural nouns followed by short quizzes.

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To learn more about nouns, go to the Nounsense Main Page

Singular-Plural Home

Most Nouns Singular to Plural

Nouns Ending in ch, sh, z, zz

Nounin f, fe, ff

Nouns Ending in i

Nouns Ending in o

Nouns Ending in y

Irregular nouns

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