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 ________

6.furniture ________

7.butter ________

8.sand ________

9.salt ________

10.news ________

11.chocolate ________

12.wine ________

13.cake ________

14.advice ________

15.jam ________

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

1.alga-

2.datum-

3.criterion-

4.phenomenon-

5.maximum-

6.aquarium-

7.syllabus-

8.virus-

9.basis-

10.thesis-

11.radius-

12.fungus-

13.vertebra-

14.alumna-

15.nucleus-

 

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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:
box-
bus-
store-
brush-
pencil-
flower-
plate-
dish-
buzz-
lunch-
friend-
book-
cup-
house-
spoon
eye-
quiz-
ring-
finger-
note-

 

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