Singular Plural Worksheet-9

Singular Plural Worksheet-9

 

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

Sheila has a banana and an apple.

A. Sheila is having bananas and apples.

B. Sheila has a banana and apples.

C. Sheila has bananas and apples.

D. Sheila have bananas and apples.

 

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

This knife is very sharp.

A. These knive’s are very sharp.

B. These knives are very sharp.

C. These knife’s are very sharp.

D. This knives are very sharp.

 

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

A penny wisely spent is a penny saved.

A. Pennie’s wisely spent are pennie’s saved.

B. The pennies wisely’s spent are pennies saved.

C. Penny’s wisely spent are penny’s saved.

D. Pennies wisely spent are pennies saved.

 

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

These trains should run more frequently.

A. These train should run more frequently.

B. This train should runs more frequently.

C. This train should run more frequently.

D. This trains should run more frequently.

 

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

That tree was uprooted by an elephant.

A. Those tree’s were uprooted by elephant’s.

B. Those trees were uprooted by elephants.

C. The tree’s were uprooted by elephant’s.

D. These trees were uprooted by elephants.

 

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

If wishes were horses beggars would ride.

A. If a wish was a horse a beggar would ride.

B. If a wish was horses a beggar would ride.

C. If wishes was a horse a beggar would ride.

D. If wish was horse beggars would ride.

 

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

Shital has two red scarves and four green ones too.

A. Shital has a red scarfs and a green one too.

B. Shital has a red scarf and a green one too.

C. Shital has a red scarf and green ones too.

D. Shital has a red scarve and a green one too.

 

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

This hair brush is quite cheap.

A. These hair brush’s is quite cheap.

B. These hair brushe’s are quite cheap.

C. These hair brushes are quite cheap.

D. This hair brushes are quite cheap’s.

 

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

Every husband must take care of his wife.

A. Every’s husbands must take care of their wives.

B. All husband’s must take care of their wife’s.

C. All husband’s must take care of their wive’s.

D. All husbands must take care of their wives.

 

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

I have a pair of scissors.

A. We have two pair’s of scissor’s.

B. We have two pairs of scissor’s.

C. We have two pairs of scissors.

D. I have two pairs of scissors.

 

Answer Key:

  1. C

Explanation: To make the whole sentence plural ‘a banana’ changes to ‘bananas’ and ‘an apple’ changes to ‘apples’.

  1. B

Explanation: To make the whole sentence plural ‘this’ changes to ‘these’, ‘knife’ changes to ‘knives’ and ‘is’ changes to ‘are’.

  1. D

Explanation: To make the whole sentence plural ‘a penny’ changes to ‘pennies’ in both cases and ‘is’ changes to ‘are’.

  1. C

Explanation: To make the whole sentence singular ‘these’ changes to ‘this’ and ‘trains’ changes to ‘train’.

  1. B

Explanation: To make the whole sentence plural ‘that’ changes to ‘those’, ‘tree’ changes to ‘trees’ and ‘elephant’ changes to ‘elephants’.

  1. A

Explanation: To make the whole sentence singular ‘wishes, horses and beggars’ change to ‘wish, horse and beggar’, ‘were’ changes to ‘was’.

  1. B

Explanation: To make the whole sentence singular ‘two scarves’ changes to ‘a scarf’ and ‘four green ones’ changes to ‘a green one’.

  1. C

Explanation: To make the whole sentence singular ‘this’ changes to ‘these’, ‘brush’ changes to ‘brushes’ and ‘is’ changes to ‘are’.

  1. D

Explanation: To make the whole sentence plural ‘every’ changes to ‘all’, ‘husband’ changes to ‘husbands’, ‘his’ changes to ‘their’ and ‘wife’ changes to ‘wives’.

  1. C

Explanation: To make the whole sentence plural ‘I’ changes to ‘we’ and ‘a pair’ changes to ‘two pairs’ but ‘scissors’ does NOT change.