English Grammar Nouns – Navneord (Substantiver)
Proper Nouns Names Places Tobias Cecilie Osman Nyhavn Tivoli Bakken HRS Companies HRS Rest. Noma Rest. Sletten Kro Novo Nordisk IBM
Gender Male (masculin) Female (feminine) Brother Nephew Boyfriend Sister Niece Girlfriend Bothmasculine and feminine: Cousin, Doctor, Student etc.
Plural Singular Plural One Carrot One bean One Cow One chicken Twocarrots TwoBeans TwoCows TwoChickens
Plural –ES aftersibilant Singular Plural One Box One Sandwich One Peach One Slice (Of meat) TwoBoxes TwoSandwiches TwoPeaches Twoslices
Plural Substitute Y afterconsonantwith-ies Singular Plural City Company Anchovy Raspberry Cities Companies Anchovies Raspberries
Nounson –F or-Fe Add -s Substitutewith-ves
Irregular Plural Nouns Singular Plural A man A woman A mouse A goose An ox Two men TwoWomen Twomice Twogeese Twooxen
Plural Nouns Countable Uncountable Carrots (One carrot, TwoCarrots) Potatoes (One potato, Twopotatoes) Restaurants (One restaurant, several restaurants) Company (One company, severalCompanies) ADDING S or ES or IES Water (More Water) Money (More Money) ALWAYS THE SAME, NO MATTER THE AMOUNT OR NUMBERS.
Genitive –S orof-phrase Genitive-S Of-Phrase Mostly for People: (Nikolaj’s Restaurant) (Chef’stable) Mostly for things: (The name of the School) (The name of the Restaurant) In time expressions, wealsouse ’S: A threeweek’sholiday.