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Plural Nouns - Quiz 1


A noun that refers to one person or thing is a singular noun.
  • car, table, book
A noun that refers to more than one person or thing is a plural noun.
  • cars, tables, books

Add an s or es at the end of each word to form the plural.

1. boy               __________
2. knife             __________
3. thief              __________
4. tomato          __________
5. box               __________
6. wish             __________
7. baby             __________
8. river             __________
9. bus               __________
10. leaf             __________
11. holiday       __________
12. hero            __________
13. church        __________
14. fox              __________
15. stomach      __________
16. zero            __________
17. torpedo       __________
18. cat               __________
19. apple          __________
20. truck          __________

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Plural Nouns

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