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A noun that ends in  –s  will remain the same in its plural form (only the article will change) unless  there is an accented vowel in front of the  –s . If there is an accented vowel in front of the  –s , you will  add  –es  and drop the accent to create the plural form. This rule is important to remember with  compound nouns because they usually end in  –s  and usually have the same form for singular and 
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Unformatted text preview: plural. Singular Plural el lavaplatos the dishwasher los lavaplatos the dishwashers el martes the Tuesday los martes the Tuesdays el parentesis the parenthesis los parentesis the parentheses la tesis the thesis las tesis the theses el rascacielos the skyscraper los rascacielos the skyscrapers el francés the Frenchman los franceses the Frenchmen el dios the god los dioses the gods...
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