Hello, dear student! As part of our ongoing journey to improve your English skills, we are going to focus on an important grammar concept today – the plural form.
You may know already that the plural form indicates more than one of something. In English, we usually add “s” or “es” at the end of a word to make it plural.
However, not all words follow this rule. There are some irregular plurals that change completely. With the following activities, we’ll be exploring the usage, formation, and exceptions of plural words. Let’s dive right in!
1) Put the Sentences in the Correct Order – English Plural
a) cities / visited / we / several / European
We visited several European cities.
2) Fix Grammatical Errors – English Plural Exercises
a) The childes is playing on the garden.
The children are playing in the garden.
3) Practice your Vocabulary Completing the Sentences
a) I hxxx two cxxs.
I have two cats.
4) About English Plural, Write the Obvious Questions to the Answers
a) I have two cats. ( How many…)
How many cats do you have?
Well done, student! You’ve made great progress today in understanding and using English plurals.
The ability to correctly form and use plurals is a fundamental part of mastering English, so your work today is a significant step forward. However, remember that like any new skill, regular practice is key to truly absorb and apply it.
So, keep practicing these exercises at your own pace until you are comfortable with the usage of plurals. Remember, don’t rush the process and take one step at a time. Looking forward to seeing you in our next lesson!