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The third subsection of nouns deals with singular and plural nouns. Browse through the 146 available worksheets to find something that your students will enjoy. When learning vocabulary, students initially learn the singular form of nouns rather than both the singular and plural forms because this approach makes it easier for them to increase their vocabulary more quickly. Later on, as students start learning verbs and making sentences, they also have to learn the plural forms for all those nouns they learned earlier on. This simple worksheet for beginners helps students do just that by asking them to write the plural form of vocabulary words they already know. You can create worksheets just like this one to give your students practice with plurals of other vocabulary words and can even assign a worksheet like this as homework. Check out the rest of the section for more options and feel free to download as many as you want.
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146 FREE Singular/Plural Nouns Worksheets

GRAMMAR TIP:What Are Singular and Plural Nouns?
In the English language, nouns are inflected for grammatical number —that is, singular or plural. The plural morpheme in English is suffixed to the end of most nouns. Regular English plurals fall into three classes, depending upon the sound that ends the singular form: Where a singular noun ends in a sibilant sound —/s/, /z/, /ʃ/, /ʒ/, /tʃ/ or /dʒ/— the plural is formed by adding /ɨz/. The spelling adds -es, or -s if the singular already ends in -e: When the singular form ends in a voiceless consonant (other than a sibilant) —/p/, /t/, /k/, /f/ or /θ/— the plural is formed by adding /s/. The spelling adds -s. For all other words (i.e. words ending in vowels or voiced non-sibilants) the regular plural adds /z/, represented orthographically by -s.
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Food (Much, Many, Not Much, Not Many, a Lot)

Food (Much, Many, Not Much, Not Many, a Lot)

•, Singular/Plural Nouns,
This worksheet is aimed at elementary and beginner students. It can help students to learn some new words about the topic food. Here you can find some activities, such as: match the Russian words ...
2 Complete BeginnerElementary
Figure out Parts of Speech

Figure out Parts of Speech

•, Singular/Plural Nouns, ,
The activity (which is basically just one slide) is aimed at helping your students to figure out parts of speech in the text. The words in red are non-existent, thus you can use this activity even ...
2 Pre-IntermediateIntermediateUpper Intermediate and Advanced
Lion and Zebra

Lion and Zebra

•Singular/Plural Nouns,
This is a craft worksheet for preschool and kindergarden. It aims at teaching two animals belonging to the wilderness. In this craft you can either color the lion's mane and the zebra's stripes or ...
4 Complete Beginner
Demonstrative Pronouns

Demonstrative Pronouns

•Singular/Plural Nouns,
This is a worksheet to practice demonstrative pronouns. Students look at the picture and, considering the distance between the objects and the girl, write sentences using this, that, these, those. ...
5 Complete BeginnerElementary
Collective Nouns Memory Cards

Collective Nouns Memory Cards

•, Singular/Plural Nouns
Memory game to help students remember collective nouns such as 'stack of plates', 'pack of gum', 'flock of birds' and so on. The cards are pictures only, therefore you should teach the collective ...
4 Pre-IntermediateIntermediate
Wordsearch- Plural Nouns

Wordsearch- Plural Nouns

Vânia
• » » Singular/Plural Nouns
This is a simple wordsearch about the plural of nouns, it is very easy and helpful, besides you can use it at the beginning or in the end of class. There some nouns in singular and your students ...
4 Elementary
Balloon Volleyball

Balloon Volleyball

Balloon volleyball game for elementary students. Consists of a basic description of the game plus some variations and suggestions. The basic game is just to play volleyball with a balloon, and say ...
4 Complete BeginnerElementaryPre-Intermediate
The Plurals: Rules of Formation

The Plurals: Rules of Formation

MarinaTheTeacher
• » » Singular/Plural Nouns
This worksheet is suitable for both children and adults. It contains the explanation of singular and plural forms of a noun, the rules of formation of plurals, irregular plurals and two exercises. ...
9 ElementaryPre-Intermediate
Engaging and Fun Sorting Cards Game to Teach Singular and Plural Nouns

Engaging and Fun Sorting Cards Game to Teach Singular and Plural Nouns

Clarisse SuperFrenchT
•Singular/Plural Nouns,
I created this Cards Game Activity to involve sorting skills and understanding of singular and plural. It includes 2 sorting mats (singular and plural) and 12 Cards (in both singular and plural fo ...
5 Complete Beginner
Much, Many, and a Lot of PPT

Much, Many, and a Lot of PPT

•, Singular/Plural Nouns
This is a PowerPoint for teaching or revising many, much, and a lot of at elementary levels, both adults and kids. There is a brief explanation using some photos. Also, it is followed by a fill-in ...
16 Elementary
One and Many

One and Many

•Singular/Plural Nouns,
The concept of ‘many’ is the first step for students to identify numbers 2,3 etc. The best way of making children understand ‘many’ is to contrast it with ‘one’ ...
2 Complete BeginnerElementary
Test for Junior

Test for Junior

elena tsilimpari
•, Singular/Plural Nouns, ,
A small test on vocabulary and grammar for juniors . Vocabulary about numbers 1-20, family, school items, colours. Grammar about plurals,verb to be, possesive adjs. This/That, a/an. Eas ...
2 Complete Beginner
Spelling Irregular Plurals

Spelling Irregular Plurals

BusyTeacher Contributor
• » » Singular/Plural Nouns
Although most nouns have plurals formed according to regular rules (see Regular Plurals of Nouns), some nouns have unusual, or irregular plurals. This page will introduce the most common ones, so ...
2 Complete Beginner
Elementary Test

Elementary Test

An Enlish test for elementary students. Topics in the test: classroom vocabulary, using the definitive and indefinitive article, changing singular nouns into plural. Basic English with possibility ...
2 Elementary
Initial Test- 6th Grade

Initial Test- 6th Grade

Molnos Ildiko
It's a test for the beginning of the year- a placement test- for students who learnt English for 3 years. Exercises can be used for the appropriate grammar or vocabulary part. It contains some gap ...
3 Elementary

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