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English plurals

The plurals of most nouns are formed by adding -s (kings, pianos, photos) or -es (churches, foxes, dishes) to the singular form.

English is weird

However, English is more complicated than that. It is full of exceptions and odd rules. Therefore, there are many special and irregular plurals.

Monkeys are omnivores.

The news is at 8 o clock in the tv.

Don’t be a sheep in a world full of wolves. There are three types of people in this world: sheep, wolves, and sheepdogs.

Uncountable nouns do not have a plural form. Some examples are: he has black hair, she has too much money, fruit is very healthy for you and your kids, cheese is nice.

However, even uncountable nouns can be pluralized: Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans/What creature has more lives than a cat?, Religion is the opiate of the masses/All religions are true, I love coffee and tea/Two teas with sugar please, etc.

Adjectives do not have a singular, plural, masculine, feminine, or neutral form. They are always the same and you should never add a final -s to an adjective. Some examples are: art teachers are under appreciated, there are many old buildings throughout Alexandria, etc.

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