# Singular-Plural Worksheet-2

Singular-Plural Worksheet-2

See the picture and write its singular and plural forms:

A. Baby – baby’s                           B. Baby – babies

C. Baby – babys                            D. Babby – babbies

A. School – schooles

B. Shchool - schoolsC. School – school’s

D. School – schools

A. Dog – dogs                                B. Dog – doges

C. Dogs – dog                                D. Dogg – dogges

A. Loin – loins                               B. Lion – lions

C. Lion – lioness                           D. Lion – lion’s

A. Trane – tranes                         B. Train – traines

C. Train – trains                           D. Train – trainees

A. Kite – kites                                B. Kit – kits

C. Kite – kities                              D. Kite – kitse

A. King – kinges                           B. King – king’s

C. King – kingse                           D. King – kings

A. House – houses                       B. House – house’s

C. House – housees                     D. House – housess

A. Pan – pans                                B. Pane – panes

C. Pain – pains                             D. Pen – pens

A. Policeman – policeman’s

B. Policeman – policemen

C. Policeman – policemen’s

D. Polices-man – polices-men

1. B

Explanation: The singular ends in ‘y’. For the plural the ‘y’ is dropped and ‘ies’ is added.

1. D

Explanation: The singular ends regularly. For the plural ‘s’ is added.

1. A

Explanation: The singular ends regularly. For the plural ‘s’ is added.

1. B

Explanation: The singular ends regularly. For the plural ‘s’ is added.

1. C

Explanation: The singular ends regularly. For the plural ‘s’ is added.

1. A

Explanation: The singular ends in ‘e’. For the plural the ‘s’ is added.

1. D

Explanation: The singular ends regularly. For the plural ‘s’ is added.

1. A

Explanation: The singular ends in ‘e’. For the plural ‘s’ is added.

1. D

Explanation: The singular ends regularly. For the plural ‘s’ is added.

1. B

Explanation: The singular ends in ‘man.’ For the plural the vowel is changed in the ending – men.