Plural of Nouns – Free PDF

Choose the correct form of the verb, whether singular or plural (certain sentences can have both options):

  • Economics at my faculty is/are  very hard to pass.
  • The police is/ are coming.
  • The Government is/are trying to control what you think.
  • Water is/are good for you.
  • Here is/are the news from the BBC.
  • Shingles is/are a viral infection that causes a painful rash.
  • Darts is/are my favourite game in a pub.
  • Dominoes is/are played all over the world.
  • The surroundings is/are quiet.
  • The outskirts of the city is/are rather dull.

Make the following nouns countable (there are different options, below are just examples:)

1.information ________

2.rice ________

3.sugar ________

4.cheese ________

5.bread ________ ________

7.butter ________

8.sand ________

9.salt ________ ________

11.chocolate ________ ________

13.cake ________

14.advice ________

15.jam ________

Write the plurals of the following  nouns (some can take two forms):

















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I wish / If only – PDF

Here are 4 task cards for your students to practise “I wish” forms.  You can laminate them so that they are more durable, cut them off and start using them over and over again!  The answer key is also provided.

I wish PDF

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Second Conditional TASK CARDS – FREE PDF download

Second Conditional TASK CARDS
Second Conditional TASK CARDS

Second Conditional – Speaking exercise

  1. If you could learn one skill, what it would be?
  2. If you could sing really well, what would you do?
  3. If you won the lottery, what would you do?
  4. What would you do if you could speak English perfectly?
  5. If you were a millionaire, what would you spend your money on?
  6. If you were the leader of your country, what would you try to change?
  7. If you could have three wishes, what would you wish for?
  8. What would you do if you were invisible for one day?
  9. If you could change any law, what would you change?
  10. If you had to change jobs, what would you do instead?
  11. What meals would you prepare if you were a cook?
  12. What would you do if you had more free time?
  13. If you could speak three other languages, what would they be?
  14. What would you do if you found a burglar in your house?
  15. If you changed your name, what name would you choose?
  16. What would you do if you weren’t afraid?
  17. What would you do with another hour a day?
  18. What would you do if you found a one hundred dollar note on a sidewalk?
  19. What would you do if the lift got stuck between two floors?
  20. What would you do if you were kidnapped?
  21. What would you do if you could stop time for a year ?
  22. If you had a minor car accident, what would you do first?
  23. If you could be another person for a day, who would you be?
  24. What would you do if you could fly?

Useful vocabulary:

1. I would learn to: draw, sew, ski, dance, sing, play an instrument (drums, violin, piano, keyboard, flute, saxophone, oboe, brass, acoustic/electric guitar), build a fire, manage time, speed read, learn fast, perform basic first aid, select good produce…

2. become a famous singer, sing all the time, participate in a contest, become crazy, have a big ego, be more respected, have lots of fun and enjoy life more, have lots of friends, spend lots of money on clothes / concerts /personal assistants..

3. spend half of the money on, save the money up, donate, travel around the world, start up a business, invest in shares, buy expensive clothes, buy a new house, start living in an another country…

4. teach English to other people, read books in English, visit English-speaking countries, meet lots of people, go abroad, learn another language more easily, get a good job, apply for a new job…

5. travel around the world, work harder to have more, give some money to charity, enjoy my life more, live happy life, solve many problems, leave my job, live in another country, go to parties more, have lunch in the restaurants…

6. change the welfare system, help the poor,  take from the rich, stop corruption, make significant progress,  influence the economy, generate high turnout rate,  end poverty in my country, invest in wellbeing projects, foster safety at public places…

7. join a fitness club, earn lots of money, be a famous music/film star,  graduate from the faculty, hold a doctoral degree, become a surgeon, earn bachelor’s/master’s degree, be in good health

8. visit some secret places, go to…, start off on a journey, steal money from people, eat a lot in the expensive restaurants, have lots of fun, sneak in somewhere, go by plane, be in somebody’s house…

9. public law, labour law, criminal law, as the law stands, bureaucracy, enact, enforce the law, jurisdiction, statute, coming into force, techniques and procedures, criminal justice, intellectual property, commercial law…

10. astronaut, engineer, virtual assistant, camerman, cook, cleaning lady, singer, pianist, reporter, YouTuber, translator, interpreter, copywriter, cartoonist, painter, artist, actor/actress,  TV presenter (host/hostesse), judge…

11. prepare casserole, barbecue, broil, grease, make scrambled eggs, sushi, fast/slow food,  fry, roast, peel, pour, stir, toss, whipping cream, heavy cream, bake, pan, pasta, soak, grate …

12. read books, watch TV, go to the museums, go out with my friends more, learn a new language, go on safari, go sightseeing, clean a house, go to evening classes…

13. Spanish, German, Chinese, Japanese, French, Portuguese, Italian, Romanian, Turkish,  Greek, Dutch, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Norwegian, Swedish, Bengali, Korean, Czech, Polish, Persian, Swahili, Punjabi, Hungarian,Slovenian, Thai, Ukrainian…

14. attack, break into a house, criminal record, conviction for robbery, scream, criminal, hand over, back off, fight back,  call the police, do harm, be (as) siff as a board, scared stiff, go crazy, have a chat, try to be calm, try not to provoke, hide from…

15. Noah, Jacob, Alexander, Stephen/Steven, Oliver, Julianne, Isaac, Brie, Angelina, Miranda, Joel, Joshua, Yasmin, Weston, Violetta, Shyla,Lilly, Lester, Harriet, Izabella, Iwan, Hamilton…

16. play extreme sports, go skydiving, go jetboating, dive with sharks, ice hiking, piloting a stunt plane, sea kayaking, quad biking, ride a horse, navigate canyons and cliff faces, bungy jumping…

17.  learn a new language, do/play sport, go for a walk, waste time, get enough sleep, do the household chores, start a new hobby, go out, chit-chat, draw, take up the guitar, search the Internet, have an extra meal, be bored, do nothing, have a nap, watch TV…

18. pick, be cautious, thrilled, immediately buy something, go to the police, suspect, ignore, share with close friends, keep, return, anxious, highly emotional, happy, buy a substantial meal,  go to the coffeehouse, eat out at the restaurant…

19. start to panic, call for help, solve the problem by myself, wait, try to stay calm, alert maintenance personnel, terrified, nervous, terrible, press the call button, door open button, open a locked  push-button door…

20. be scared stiff, afraid, scream, rescue from, rescuer, persuade, kidnapper, friendly tone, try to be calm, assault, abduct, set about sb, body language, be gentle and polite, escape, hostage, victim, terrifying…

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London Calling – NOUNS pdf for ESL/EFL learners

countable and uncountable nouns
countable and uncountable nouns
regular and irregular plural of NOUNS
regular and irregular plural of NOUNS
plural of nouns exercises
plural of nouns exercises
regular and irregular plural of nouns
regular and irregular plural of nouns

Countable nouns – nouns that you can count and where if they are in singular you can put a/an where it is necessary.

Uncountable nouns – nouns that you cannot count. You don’t put a/an before them. To make them countable, you can add a phrase before a noun: – a bar of chocolate, a jar of marmalade, a piece of information.

Regular and Irregular Plural of Nouns: Exercises

Add –S or –ES to the following nouns in singular:


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