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grammar label
Singular Plural Rule
a trycile they are trycicles
a path they are paths
a tree they are trees
a bush they are bushes + es (words ending ch, sh, s, ss, x)
a pony they are ponies + ies (words ending in consonants + y)
singular plural
Singular Plural
father, mother parents
child children
man men
woman women
person people
  • Use a/an with singular nouns, ex: a duck, an animal

Use an with words beginning with a vowel (a, e, i, o, u), ex: an animal

  • Don't use a/an + plural nouns, ex: they're parents NOT they're a parents
  • Use the + singular or plural nouns, ex: the caps, the water fountain.

What is it?

It's a duck.


what are they?

They're marbles


Singular and Plural nouns