# Singular-Plural Worksheet-11

Singular-Plural Worksheet-11

1. Give the plural of: potato

A. Potatos          B. Potatose        C. Potatoes        D. Potatoss

1. Give the singular of: babies

A. Babie              B. Baby              C. Babby            D. Babi

1. Give the plural of: piano

A. Pianos           B. Pianoes         C. Pianoss          D. Pianose

1. Give the plural of: boy

A. Boyes             B. Boies              C. Bosy               D. Boys

1. Give the plural of: child

A. Childs            B. Childes          C. Childies         D. Children

1. Give the plural of: fox

A. Foxs               B. Foxen            C. Foxes             D. Foxies

1. Give the plural of: tree

A. Trees              B. Treeis            C. Tres                D. Treis

1. Give the plural of: cat

A. Cates              B. Catss              C. Cats                D. Catse

1. Give the singular of: tomatoes

A. Tomatoe       B. Tomato         C. Tomat            D. Tomatos

1. Give the plural of: horse

A. Horsess         B. Horses           C. Horsses         D. Horsies

1. C

Explanation: For a noun ending in ‘o’ we add ‘es’ to form the plural.

1. B

Explanation: A plural ending in ‘ies’ is made singular by removing ‘es’ and changing ‘I’ to ‘y’.

1. A

Explanation: This is an exception to the rule of nouns ending in ‘o’; so only ‘s’ is added to make the plural.

1. D

Explanation: For a noun that has a vowel before ‘y’ only ‘s’ is added to make the plural.

1. D

Explanation: This noun does not follow any rule and has an irregular plural.

1. C

Explanation: A noun ending in ‘x’ takes ‘es’ to make its plural.

1. A

Explanation: This is a regular noun so just add ‘s’ to make the plural.

1. C

Explanation: This is a regular noun so only ‘s’ is added to make the plural.

1. B

Explanation: The singular is formed by removing ‘es’ as the original noun ends in ‘o’.

1. B

Explanation: This is a regular noun and so only ‘s’ is added to make the plural.