Plural: A supplementary to the Previous Post
Nouns ending in s, sh, x and ch (Where ch is not pronounced as K ) add –es for forming plural Nouns.
Monarch: Monarchs. Here ch is pronounced as K and the nouns add –s for plural as usual.
Nouns ending with y and preceded by a consonant letter takes –ies to form plural.
However, day becomes days, valley becomes valleys and toy becomes toys. Here the preceding letter is a vowel.
Nouns ending with the vowel ‘O’ and a consonant precedes then we add –ies to form plural.
Mosquito: Mosquitoes/ mosquitos.
Exception: Photo becomes photo. Piano becomes pianos and radio becomes radio.
Noun ending with –f or-fe: In this case we usually add –ves leaving the F part.
Hoof Hoofs/ Hooves.
By changing the inside vowel plural is made:
The same no change:
Some compound words:
Both part plural.