Lesson 34 – Irregular plural nouns

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Irregular Plural Nouns

 

 

 

Sometimes when we want to make a plural noun we cannot add ‘s’.

There are some nouns in English that have irregular plural. Regular plural means that we add ‘s’ or ‘es’ (e.g. wall – walls; potato – potatoes; desk – desks). There are some nouns that have irregular plural forms:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Frequency Adverbs

 

 

Frequency Adverbs-For example: 

 

 

 

If the verb to be is the only verb in a sentence, frequency adverbs come after it:

He is usually late.

Mary is always on time.

They are sometimes in the park.

 

 

 

The Exceptions

 

 

 

Verbs in the 3rd person singular – Spelling and pronunciation (Present Simple)

 

 

 

Demonstrative Pronouns: THESE – THOSE

plural nouns
Near us, close to us THESE (men, offices, shops)
Not near, away from us THOSE (men, offices, shops)

 

For example:

THESE shoes are black.                   

THOSE shoes are brown.

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