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Grammar Grammar Plurals Plurals Primary 3M Primary 3M Cockenzie Primary School Cockenzie Primary School December 2008 December 2008
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Grammar NOUN A naming word, person, place or object. house rose pencil bird
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What is a plural? one cat two cat s
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Plural or Singular? one flower three flower s
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Plural or Singular? one hat four hat s
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Plural A plural word is where we have more than 1  thing. Singular = 1 Plural = More than 1
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Watch Out –  Rules! There are lots of rules when changing words from  singular to plural. BE CAREFUL! We are going to look at just two of the rules. LISTENING?
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Adding  ‘s’ For most words we just 
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Unformatted text preview: add ‘s’ to the end of it to change it into a plural. • one apple three apple s • desk → desk s month → month s • book book → s train → train s • pen → pen s name → name s Adding ‘es’ • For others we need to add ‘es’ to change it to a plural. • one brush two brush es • box → box es dish → dish es • glass glass → es quiz → quiz es Rule! • If the word ends with a long s sound or a hiss sound like; – sh – ch – ss » then add ‘es’- s- x- z...
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