Let’s look at a few nouns and how we make them plural.
Some nouns don’t fall under the general rule of adding -s to make it plural, so instead of saying childs, we say children when there’s more than one of them.
We call these nouns irregular plural nouns.
Let me give you a few examples of irregular plural nouns:
- Man -> Men
- Woman -> Women
- Foot -> Feet
- Tooth -> Teeth
- Mouse -> Mice
- Person -> People
- Knife -> Knives
- Wife -> Wives
- Fish -> Fish
Now, let’s practice them in sentences: