Nessy Spelling Strategy: Plurals -s -es
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12. Change the number of the following italicized nouns and rewrite the sentences:
1. A child is sitting on a table. A child is sitting on two tables.
2. The man is beating a thief. The man is beating three thieves.
3. The ox is a useful animal. The oxen are useful animals.
4. Clean your tooth. Clean your teeth.
5. A shopkeeper is selling a tomato and a mango. A shopkeeper is selling four
tomatoes and eight mangoes.
13. Fill in the blanks with proper words out of the given in brackets:
1. The cattle are grazing in field.
2. The news are true.
3. Many sheep were grazing in the field.
4. Children are playing.
5. Oxen are in the field.
14. Change the following nouns into plural numbers:
Pen: two pens bag: three bags teacher: four teachers chair: five chairs
Table: eight tables school: two schools peon: six peons bench: nine benches
Story: two stories key: ten keys toy: three toys body: four bodies
Knife: seven knives roof: two roofs circus: nine circuses dress: three dresses
Box: four boxes child: ten children leaf: eight leaves match: two matches
Book-shelf: nine book-shelves toyman: five toymen sheep: ten sheep
Deer: twenty deer