Plural Guidelines.


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Go to page 10 in your Weasel bundle. Complete numbers 19 30. End ... Go to page 15 in your Weasel bundle. Complete numbers 1 40. End Lesson 4 ...
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Plural Rules

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Singular Nouns A thing is a word that names a man, spot, thing, or thought. A particular thing names one and only individual, spot, thing, or thought. one kid one woods one apple one piece

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Plural Nouns A plural thing names two or more individuals, spots, things, or thoughts. some young men six timberlands two apples numerous pieces What do you see about each of the words in the plural rundown above?

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Practice Go to page 3 in your Weasel bundle. Complete numbers 1 – 12.

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United Streaming Lesson 3: Singular and Plural Nouns, Regular and Irregular Nouns [03:46]

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Rule 1 To shape the plural of most things you essentially add a s to the end of the thing.

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Rule 2 If the thing closes in sh , ch , x , s , or z add es to make it plural. Notice that these words all end in a "murmuring" sound.

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Practice Go to page 3 in your Weasel bundle. Complete numbers 13 – 30. End Lesson 1

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Rule 3 If a thing closes in a consonant in addition to y , the y changes to i before es is included. Note: If the thing closes in a vowel in addition to y , simply include s . What are the vowels? an e i o u All alternate letters are consonants.

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So Play closes in a (vowel) and y along these lines the plural structure is plays. Monkeys closes in e (vowel) and y in this manner the plural structure is monkeys. In like manner Party closes in t (consonant) and y in this way the plural structure is gatherings. Confection closes in d (consonant) and y in this way the plural structure is confections .

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Practice Go to page 5 in your Weasel parcel. Complete numbers 1 – 18.

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Rule 4 Most of the words that end with f, ff , or fe are made plural by changing the consummation of - ves.

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There are special cases that must be retained or turned upward.

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A couple of things completion in f or ff have two plural structures.

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Online Activity Practice with Rules 1, 4, & 2 http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/spellits/swf/y5_activity1.swf

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Practice Go to page 5 in your Weasel parcel. Complete numbers 19 – 44. End Lesson 2

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Rule 5 Words that end in o are normally made plural by including s .

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There are special cases that must be retained or gazed upward. .

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There are two useful tenets: All words that end in a vowel in addition to o (ao, eo, io, oo, uo) have plurals that end in just s. Every single musical term finishing in o have plural completion in quite recently s.

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A couple of things closure in o have two plural structures.

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Online Activity Practice with Rules 3 and 5 http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/spellits/activities_y5/activity2.shtml

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Practice Go to page 10 in your Weasel parcel. Complete numbers 1 – 18.

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Rule 6 Some words are the same in both the solitary and the plural structures.

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Practice Go to page 10 in your Weasel bundle. Complete numbers 19 – 30. End Lesson 3

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Rule 7 Some words shape their plural by changing the entire word. These are called unpredictable things. With sporadic things, you need to retain the plural structure.

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Rule 8 Some things are called noncount things. You don\'t make noncount things plural.

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Practice Go to page 15 in your Weasel parcel. Complete numbers 1 – 40. End Lesson 4

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