In most cases we make a plural noun by adding s to a singular noun (car > cars).

Words that end in -chxs or s-like sounds take -es for the plural (kiss > kisses).

When a noun ends in y we replace it with –ies to make the plural (city > cities).

There are also a lot of irregular nouns which do not follow the above rules, so it's a case of you having to learn them one by one!


There are some nouns that form the plurals differently.


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