Singular-Plural Worksheet-2

Singular-Plural Worksheet-2

 

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

The cow has eaten all the fodder.

A. The cows have eaten all the fodder.

B. The cows are eaten all the fodder.

C. The cows have eaten all the fodders.

D. These cows have eaten all the fodder.

 

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

Those dogs have new leashes.

A. This dog has a new leashes.

B. That dog has a new leash.

C. That dog has new leashes.

D. Those dog has a new leash.

 

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

The children want their lunch.

A. The child is wanting its lunch.

B. The child wants it’s lunch.

C. The children wants its lunch.

D. The child wants its lunch.

 

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

The car belongs to Mrs. Shah.

A. The cars belongs to Mrs. Shah’s.

B. The cars belong to Mrs. Shah.

C. The cars belongs to Mrs. Shah.

D. The cars are belonging to Mrs. Shah.

 

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

My father bought one shirt last week.

A. My fathers bought many shirt’s last weeks.

B. My father bought many shirts last week’s.

C. My father bought many shirts last week.

D. My father boughts many shirt’s last week.

 

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

The cows and the goats have been taken to be milked.

A. The cow and the goat have been taken to be milked.

B. The cow and the goat has been taken to be milked.

C. The cow and the goats have been taken to be milked.

D. The cows and goat has been taken to be milked.

 

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

My leg is in spasm.

A. Mine legs are in spasm.

B. My legs are in spasm.

C. Ours legs is in spasm.

D. Our legs are in spasm.

 

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

The child told everything to its mother.

A. The children told everythings to its mother.

B. The children’s told everything’s to their mother.

C. The children told all the things to their mothers.

D. The child’s all the thing’s to their mother’s.

 

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

This guitar needs to be used regularly.

A. This guitars needs to be used regularly.

B. These guitars need to be used regularly.

C. These guitars needs to be used regularly.

D. These guitars need to be using regularly.

 

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

Things like safety pins are always misplaced.

A. A things like a safety pin is always misplaced.

B. A thing like a safety pin are always misplaced.

C. Things like a safety pin is always misplaced.

D. A thing like a safety pin is always misplaced.

 

Answer Key:

  1. A

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

 

  1. B

Explanation: To make the whole sentence singular ‘those’ changes to ‘that’, ‘dogs’ changes to ‘dog’, ‘has’ changes to ‘have’ and ‘leashes’ changes to ‘a leash’.

 

  1. D

Explanation: To make the whole sentence singular ‘children’ changes to ‘child’, ‘want’ changes to ‘wants’ and ‘their’ changes to ‘its’.

 

  1. B

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

 

  1. C

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

 

  1. A

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

 

  1. B

Explanation: To make the whole sentence plural ‘my’ does not change, ‘leg’ changes to ‘legs’ and ‘is’ changes to ‘are’.

 

  1. C

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

 

  1. B

Explanation: To make the whole sentence plural ‘this’ changes to ‘these’ and ‘guitar’ changes to ‘guitars’.

 

  1. D

Explanation: To make the whole sentence singular ‘things’ changes to ‘a thing’, ‘safety pins’ changes to ‘a safety pin’ and ‘are’ changes to ‘is’.