Singular-Plural Worksheet-15

Singular-Plural Worksheet-15

 

  1. Give the singular of: wolves

A. Wolve            B. Wolf               C. Wolv              D. Wolfe

 

  1. Give the plural of: berry

A. Berrys            B. Berres            C. Berries          D. Berreis

 

  1. Give the plural of: leaf

A. Leafs              B. Leafes            C. Leaffs            D. Leaves

 

  1. Give the plural of: man

A. Mans             B. Men               C. Mens              D. Manes

 

  1. Give the plural of: hair

A. Hair               B. Hairs             C. Haires           D. Hairies

 

  1. Give the plural of: wife

A. Wiefs             B. Wifes             C. Wives             D. Wivess

 

  1. Give the plural of: church

A. Churchs        B. Churches      C. Churchess    D. Churchse

 

  1. Give the plural of: dairy

A. Dairies          B. Diaries          C. Dairys            D. Diarys

 

  1. Give the singular of: scissors

A. Scissor           B. Scissors         C. Scisor            D. Scissorr

 

  1. Give the plural of: couch

A. Couchs          B. Couches        C. Couches        D. Couchess

 

Answer Key:

  1. B

Explanation: This plural ends in ‘ves’ which we remove and add ‘f’ to form the singular.

  1. C

Explanation: This noun ends in ‘y’ and so takes ‘ies’ to form its plural.

  1. D

Explanation: This noun ends in ‘f’ so we remove it and add ‘ves’ to form the plural.

  1. B

Explanation: This noun changes its vowel to form its plural and so ‘a’ changes to ‘e’.

  1. A

Explanation: This is an irregular noun whose singular and plural are same.

  1. C

Explanation: This noun ends in ‘f’ and so takes ‘ves’ to form the plural.

  1. B

Explanation: This noun ends in ‘ch’ and so takes ‘es’ to form the plural.

  1. A

Explanation: This noun ends in ‘y’ and so takes ‘ies’ to form its plural. Take care of the vowels ‘ai – ia’.

  1. B

Explanation: This is a noun which is always used in plural form and so its singular is also the same.

  1. B

Explanation: This noun ends in ‘ch’ and so takes ‘es’ to form its plural.