Singular Plural Worksheet-7

Singular Plural Worksheet-7

 

  1. See the singular sentence and change it into plural:

The mango is not yet ripe.

A. The mangos are not yet ripe.

B. The mangoes are not yet ripe.

C. Those mangoes are not yet ripe.

D. The mangoes is not yet ripe.

 

  1. See the singular sentence and change it into plural:

The boy on the swing is having fun.

A. The boy on the swings are having fun.

B. The boys on the swings are having funs.

C. The boys on the swings are having fun.

D. The boys on the swing is having fun.

 

  1. See the singular sentence and change it into plural:

The cat has drunk all the milk.

A. The cats have drunk all the milk.

B. The cats are drunk all the milk.

C. The cats have drunk all the milks.

D. These cats have drunk all the milk.

 

  1. See the plural sentence and change it into singular:

Those horses have new saddles.

A. This horse has a new saddles.

B. That horse has a new saddle.

C. That horse has new saddles.

D. Those horse has a new saddle.

 

  1. See the plural sentence and change it into singular:

The men want their tea.

A. The man is wants his tea.

B. The man wants he’s tea.

C. The men wants his tea.

D. The man wants his tea.

 

  1. See the singular sentence and change it into plural:

The book belongs to Sunita.

A. The books belongs to Sunitas.

B. The books belong to Sunita.

C. The books belongs to Sunita.

D. The books are belong to Sunita.

 

  1. See the singular sentence and change it into plural:

Sunil bought one wallet yesterday.

A. Sunil bought many wallet’s yesterday.

B. Sunil bought many wallets yesterday’s.

C. Sunil bought many wallets yesterday.

D. Sunil boughts many wallet’s yesterday.

 

  1. See the plural sentence and change it into singular:

The cows and the goats have gone to graze.

A. The cow and the goat have gone to graze.

B. The cow and the goat has gone to graze.

C. The cow and the goats has gone to graze.

D. The cows and goat has gone to graze.

 

  1. See the singular sentence and change it into plural:

My hand is paining.

A. Mine hands are paining.

B. My hands are painings.

C. Ours hands is paining.

D. Our hands are paining.

 

  1. See the singular sentence and change it into plural:

The child ran very fast to its mother.

A. The children ran very fast to its mother.

B. The children’s ran very fast to their mother.

C. The children ran very fast to their mothers.

D. The child’s ran very fast to their mothers.

 

Answer Key:

  1. B

Explanation: To make the whole sentence plural ‘mango’ changes to ‘mangoes’, and ‘is’ changes to ‘are’.

  1. C

Explanation: To make the whole sentence plural ‘boy’ changes to ‘boys’, ‘swing’ changes to ‘swings’ and ‘is’ changes to ‘are’.

  1. A

Explanation: To make the whole sentence plural ‘cat’ changes to ‘cats’, and ‘has’ changes to ‘have’.

  1. B

Explanation: To make the whole sentence singular ‘those’ changes to ‘that’, ‘horses’ changes to ‘horse’, ‘has’ changes to ‘have’ and ‘saddles’ changes to ‘a saddle’.

  1. D

Explanation: To make the whole sentence singular ‘men’ changes to ‘man’, ‘want’ changes to ‘wants’ and ‘their’ changes to ‘his’.

  1. B

Explanation: To make the whole sentence plural ‘book’ changes to ‘books’, and ‘belongs’ changes to ‘belong’.

  1. C

Explanation: To make the whole sentence plural ‘one’ changes to ‘many’ and ‘wallet’ changes to ‘wallets’.

  1. A

Explanation: To make the whole sentence singular ‘cows’ changes to ‘cow’, ‘goats’ changes to ‘goat’ but ‘have’ does NOT change.

  1. D

Explanation: To make the whole sentence plural ‘my’ changes to ‘our’, ‘hand’ changes to ‘hands’ and ‘is’ changes to ‘are’.

  1. C

Explanation: To make the whole sentence plural ‘child’ changes to ‘children’, ‘its’ changes to ‘their’ and ‘mother’ changes to ‘mothers’.