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Plural of Nouns

In English, there are some rules and exceptions that govern how nouns change from singular to plural form. With this exercise you will practice forming regular and irregular plural forms of English nouns. By the end of this exercise, you will have a better understanding of the different ways that English nouns can change from singular to plural form.

Question 1:
The salad was topped with sliced (tomato) and drizzled with olive oil.
Question 2:
The park was filled with tall (tree) that provided shade on a hot day.
Question 3:
The shelter had dozens of adorable (cat) looking for their forever homes.
Question 4:
They made three (wish) on the birthday candles and blew them out.
Question 5:
The (wife) of the soldiers sent care packages to their husbands.
Question 6:
The street was lined with beautiful (house).
Question 7:
I always lose my (key), so I keep a spare set in my desk at work.
Question 8:
The dentist told me I need to floss my (tooth) more often.
Question 9:
They gathered around the large (table) to celebrate the holidays.
Question 10:
The zoo had a large exhibit of playful (monkey) swinging from tree branches.
Question 11:
The (company) in this industry are constantly competing for market share.
Question 12:
The child played with a variety of colorful (toy) in the playroom.
Question 13:
We went on a road trip and visited three different states in three (day).
Question 14:
She made scrambled (egg) and toast for breakfast.
Question 15:
The United States is one of the most diverse (country) in the world.
Question 16:
The bustling (city) of New York and Tokyo are both exciting and overwhelming.
Question 17:
The autumn wind blew the (leaf) off the trees.
Question 18:
The group of tourists rode (donkey) to the top of the mountain.
Question 19:
The sound of the crashing (wave) was calming and soothing to her.
Question 20:
The delivery man carried multiple (box) up the stairs to the apartment.
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