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Teacher Notes Subject: Literacy Topic: Word and sentence Level Work Spelling strategies, conventions and rules: grammatical awareness Title: Rules of Punctuation Year(s): 3+ Cross-curricular link(s): ESL Intended learning outcome(s) · Y3.2 S4 · Recommended usage:
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How to make singular nouns plural. Windows(R) operating system software Submitted by M. H. Turney
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Start with a noun Plurals - making more than one. Does it end with y? Does it end with ss, x, z,sh or ch? Does it end with f or fe? Does it end with o? Is it a special plural? Yes No
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Yes No Is there a consonant before the y?
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Add es Examples: pass - passes fox - foxes buzz - buzzes fish - fishes church - churches
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BEWARE Sometimes change the f to v and add es Sometimes add s Examples Examples
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BEWARE Mostly add es Sometimes add s Exam ple s Exa m ple s
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  Change the y to i and add
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Unformatted text preview: es Examples enemy - enemies baby - babies lady - ladies brolly - brollies bunny - bunnies Just add s Examples tray - trays monkey - monkeys day - days toy - toys Examples knife - knives self - selves wife - wives thief - thieves Examples safe - safes cafe - cafes cuff - cuffs sniff - sniffs woof - woofs Examples domino - dominoes potato - potatoes hero - heroes tomato - tomatoes Examples piano - pianos cello - cellos solo - solos studio - studios Irregulars Some words change their spelling Some words stay exactly the same. Examples child - children goose - geese mouse - mice woman - women ox - oxen Examples deer - deer fish - fish salmon - salmon Just add s...
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course EDUCATION 320 taught by Professor Professorlemont during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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