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Can You Answer The Plural Form Of The Following Nouns?

A plural noun is a word that indicates that there is more than one person, animal place, thing, or idea. When you talk about more than one of anything, you’re using plural nouns. When you write about more than one of anything, you usually use the same word, simply adding an s, es, or ies to the end.

Though there are irregular nouns that needs to change the last 2 letters of the word, like leaf into leaves, wife into wives, etc.

So I have here a simple quiz to test your basic knowledge about singular and plural nouns. It’s time to unleash your English proficiency skills.

Make sure you get 6/10 or above to get a passing score.

Goodluck!

  • Question of

    elf

    • elves
    • elfs
    • elven
    • elfin
  • Question of

    mother-in-law

    • mother-in-laws
    • mothers-in-law
    • mothers-in-laws
    • mother-ins-law
  • Question of

    library

    • library
    • libraria
    • libraries
    • librarium
  • Question of

    mongoose

    • mongeese
    • mongoosia
    • mengoose
    • mongooses
  • Question of

    sheep

    • sheeps
    • sheep
    • sheeves
    • shepherd
  • Question of

    index

    • indexes
    • indexiom
    • indices
    • indeces
  • Question of

    ox

    • oxes
    • oxy
    • oxen
    • oxa
  • Question of

    criterion

    • criteria
    • criterions
    • criterionia
    • criterium
  • Question of

    radius

    • radiuses
    • radium
    • radia
    • radii
  • Question of

    chateau

    • chateaus
    • chateaux
    • chateau
    • chatea

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