This workbook contains worksheets on English - Noun for Grade 2 Olympiad students. There are 3 worksheets with 60+ questions.
Pattern of questions : Multiple Choice Questions…

English - Noun Worksheet-6


  1. All the ______ had red bows on them.

       A. dress              B. dresses          C. dressies         D. dress's


  1. I bought six ________.

       A. glasses           B. glass               C. glassies          D. glass's


  1. The _______ were fighting over a kite.

       A. boies              B. boy's              C. boyies            D. boys

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  1. He filled both his _______ with marbles.

       A. pocketies       B. pocket's         C. pockets          D. pocketess


  1. I helped my sister clean the _______.

       A. dishs              B. dishies           C. dishes            D. dishes


  1. The book has a collection of ten short ________.

       A. storys             B. storyes           C. stories            D. stories


  1. There were few ________ for the winners.

       A. prizies            B. prizes             C. prizs               D. prizes


  1. Amit saw two _______in his backyard.

       A. snake             B. snaks             C. snakes           D. snakies


  1. Ravi packed the oranges into three big _______.

       A. boxes             B. boxs               C. boxies            D. boxes


  1. The chairs and ______ were arranged in four rows.

       A. tabless           B. tablies            C. tables             D. tables

Tell whether the underline noun is singular or plural.

  1. The dog is running fast. Singular/ Plural


  1. They gave her a nice gift. Singular/ Plural


  1. Four of the plates are round. Singular/ Plural


  1. My sister is sweet. Singular/ Plural


  1. Answer the telephone, please. Singular/ Plural


  1. My crayons are broken. Singular/ Plural


  1. Have you seen my story books? Singular/ Plural


  1. That map is old. Singular/ Plural


  1. The store will open tomorrow. Singular/ Plural


  1. Have you seen my toys? Singular/ Plural


(11)–B; (12)–A; (13)–D; (14)–C; (15)–C; (16)–D; (17)–B; (18)–C; (19)–A; (20)–D; (21)–Singular; (22)–Singular; (23)–Plural; (24)–Singular; (25)–Singular; (26)–Plural; (27)–Plural; (28)–Singular; (29)–Singular; (30)–Plural