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Singular and Plural

Nouns that name one person, place or thing are called singulars.  Nouns that name more than one person, place or thing are called plurals.


Directions: Put the letter S in front of the singular words.

Put the letter P in front of the plural words.

lemon children
apples women
stick mice
bridge book
signals barns
words bowl
parties potato
guppy pencils
snakes porches
icicles flag
gardens paper
teacher pickles
child pans
computers stapler
bottle medals
disk lions



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