Making Words that End in "y" Plural

Making Words that End in "y" Plural

Author: Erin McDonald
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Today's Lesson:

Today we will be learning how to make words that end in "-y" plural! Sometimes it can be a little tricky because simply adding "s" does not always work.



Watch this video to view some examples of words that you apply this rule to!

Learning the Rules!

Words where y follows a vowel, just add s.

Words where y follows a consonant, change the y to i and add es.

Here is an example of each:


More examples of just adding "s"

More examples of changing the "y" to "i" and adding "es"

Your Turn!