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Grammar Skills

Grammar Skills. Nouns That Change Spelling in the Plural . Nouns That Change Spelling in the Plural. With most nouns you must add s or es to name more than one. You are going to learn about nouns that are spelled differently when they name more than one.

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Grammar Skills

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  1. Grammar Skills Nouns That Change Spelling in the Plural

  2. Nouns That Change Spelling in the Plural With most nouns you must add s or es to name more than one. You are going to learn about nouns that are spelled differently when they name more than one.

  3. Nouns That Change Spelling in the Plural The woman climbed a mountain. What word would you substitute for the underlined word if you wanted to name more than one? women

  4. Nouns That Change Spelling in the Plural Jamaica saw three (child, children) near the subway station. Jamaica saw three children near the subway station.

  5. Nouns That Change Spelling in the Plural A (man, men) and two (woman, women) stood in line. A man and two women stood in line.

  6. Nouns That Change Spelling in the Plural A (child children) gave a dollar to the woman in the booth. A child gave a dollar to the woman in the booth.

  7. Nouns That Change Spelling in the Plural One (man, men) read a book while he rode the subway. One man read a book while he rode the subway.

  8. Nouns That Change Spelling in the Plural Two (woman, women) talked about a movie. Two women talked about a movie.

  9. Nouns That Change Spelling in the Plural One (child, children) carried her school books. One child carried her school books.

  10. Nouns That Change Spelling in the Plural Two (child, children) play with a toy. Two children play with a toy.

  11. Nouns That Change Spelling in the Plural Three (man, men) got off at the first stop. Three men got off at the first stop.

  12. Nouns That Change Spelling in the Plural Two (woman, women) got off at Main Street. Two women got off at Main Street.

  13. Nouns That Change Spelling in the Plural One (woman, women) rode to the end of the line. One woman rode to the end of the line.

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