A. Those boys is my friend.
B. That boys are my friends.
C. Those boys are my friends.
D. Those boys is my friends.
A. Keep this book on the shelf.
B. Keep these book on the shelf.
C. Keep this books on the shelf.
D. Keep this books on the shelves.
A. The babys and their mothers are here.
B. The babies and their mothers are here.
C. The babies and its mothers are here.
D. The baby and its mothers are here.
A. We saw benches in the parks.
B. I saw benches in the parks.
C. We saws benches in the parks.
D. We saw benches in the park.
A. The polices caught the thief.
B. The police caught the thieves.
C. The police caught the thiefs.
D. The police caughts the thieves.
A. Those farmers have oxes.
B. Those farmers have oxen.
C. That farmer has oxen.
D. Those farmers have ox.
A. This child gave me a chocolate.
B. This children gave me a chocolates.
C. This child gave me chocolates.
D. This child gave me a chocolates.
A. Give your uncles glasses of waters.
B. Give your uncle glasses of water.
C. Give your uncles glasses of water.
D. Give your uncles glasses of waters.
A. The scarfs are in the boxes.
B. The scarves are in the box.
C. The scarf is in the boxes.
D. The scarves are in the boxes.
A. Those men and women are my uncles and aunts.
B. Those mens and womens are my uncles and aunts.
C. Those mans and womans are my uncles and aunts.
D. Those men and women are my uncle and aunt.
Explanation: Every word (except my) must be made plural. Thus: ‘that’ changes to ‘those’; ‘boy’ changes to ‘boys’; ‘is’ changes to ‘are’ and ‘friend’ changes to ‘friends’.
Explanation: Three words – ‘these’, ‘books’ and ‘shelves’ must be made singular. Thus – ‘these’ changes to ‘this’; ‘books’ changes to ‘book’ and ‘shelves’ changes to ‘shelf.’
Explanation: Three words – baby, its and mother need to be changed into plural. Hence – ‘baby’ changes to ‘babies’; ‘its’ changes to ‘their’ and ‘mother’ changes to ‘mothers.’
Explanation: Three words – I, bench and park need to be made plural and so ‘I’ changes to ‘we’; ‘bench’ changes to ‘benches’ and ‘park’ changes to ‘parks.’
Explanation: Here only one word needs to be turned into plural – thus ‘thief’ changes to ‘thieves’. The word ‘police’ is always used as it is – there is no plural form – it is a collective noun.
Explanation: All the words (except ‘an’) needs to be made plural. Thus ‘that’ changes to ‘those’; ‘farmer’ changes to ‘farmers’; ‘has’ changes to ‘have’ and ‘ox’ changes to ‘oxen.’ The word ‘an’ gets deleted since it cannot be used for plural nouns (an = one).
Explanation: Three words – these, children and chocolates are made singular – this, child, and chocolate respectively. Also the word ‘a’ gets added as ‘a’ = one.
Explanation: Only two words – uncle and glass – need to be made plural (uncles and glasses respectively). ‘Your’ and ‘water’ do not change.
Explanation: ‘Scarf’ changes to ‘scarves’, ‘is’ changes to ‘are’ and ‘box’ changes to ‘boxes.’
Explanation: ‘That’ changes to ‘those’; ‘man’ changes to ‘men’; ‘woman’ changes to ‘women’; ‘uncle’ changes to ‘uncles’ and ‘aunt’ changes to ‘aunts.’