More Plural and Collective Nouns - Grade 6

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More Plural and Collective Nouns

More Plural and Collective Nouns

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1-If a noun ends in a consonant + y, change y to i and add -es.
  • ladies, berries, skies, libraries

2-If a noun ends in a vowel + y, add -s.
  • boys, monkeys, essays

3-If a noun ends in -f or -fe, you may need to change f to v and add -es.
  • chefs, roofs, leaves, hooves, knives

4-If a noun ends in a vowel and o, add -s.
  • studios, trios, duos, zoos

5-If a noun ends in a consonant and o, add -s or -es.
  • pianos, echoes, cellos

6-Some nouns have the same singular and plural forms.
  • deer, sheep, moose, fish, elk

7-Some nouns have special plural forms. 
  • men, women, children, feet


A collective noun names a group acting as a single unit. Collective nouns can also have plural forms.

  • Dad’s band will take the stage after two other bands.

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