Noun- person, place, thing or idea
Singular noun- names one person, place, thing or idea
Plural nouns- names more than one person, place, thing or noun
Correct the following sentences.
1. Mans and womans both work for the Park Service.
2. All states have offices that work to protect our parkes.
3. Touristes fill these areas in the warm weekes of the year.
4. Animales from the mices and moose must be free to live in these places.
5. Keeping curious childs safe is one of the most important taskes.
Add -s to most nouns to form plurals.
Add -es to form plurals of nouns ending in s,x, z, ch, and sh.
Some plural nouns are not formed by adding -es or -s. Check a dictionary if you are unsure of a plural form.
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Complete exercises 1-4 in your book.
Complete page 1 in your workbook. Whatever you do not complete in class will be finished for homework. We will review in class tomorrow and you will turn it in for a grade.