- Is Toy a singular or plural noun?
- What is plural for woman?
- What is the plural of die?
- Can I say two persons?
- What is the plural form of oxen?
- Why the plural of ox is oxen?
- What is the irregular plural of ox?
- What is the plural of person?
- What is the plural of spoonful?
- What is the plural of worry?
- What is the plural of mouthful?
- Can I say 2 persons?
- What’s the plural of breakfast?
- How do you know if a noun is singular or plural?
- What is the plural of shopkeeper?
- What is the plural of giraffe?
- What is the plural of hoof?
- What is the plural of cow?
Is Toy a singular or plural noun?
toy Definitions and Synonyms singulartoypluraltoys.
What is plural for woman?
The singular “woman” probably gets mixed up with the plural “women” because although both are spelled with an O in the first syllable, only the pronunciation of the O really differentiates them. Just remember that this word is treated no differently than “man” (one person) and “men” (more than one person).
What is the plural of die?
Die is the singular form of dice. It comes from the French word des, a plural word for the same objects. In English, the most common way to make nouns plural is to add an S. If die followed that rule, its plural form would be dies.
Can I say two persons?
Persons. The noun person has two plurals: persons and people. Most people don’t use persons, but the sticklers say there are times when we should.
What is the plural form of oxen?
noun plural oxen (ˈɒksən) an adult castrated male of any domesticated species of cattle, esp Bos taurus, used for draught work and meat.
Why the plural of ox is oxen?
English is a Germanic language and in Old English many nouns took -en to become plural.As late as the 16th century the plural of eye was eyen and the plural of hose was hosen. So the plural form of ox is oxen for the same reason as the plural of child is children.
What is the irregular plural of ox?
Irregular Nouns That Change SubstantiallySingularPluralmousemicediediceoxoxenchildchildren2 more rows
What is the plural of person?
As a general rule, you’re absolutely right – person is used to refer to an individual, and the plural form is people.
What is the plural of spoonful?
spoon·ful | \ ˈspün-ˌfu̇l \ plural spoonfuls\ ˈspün-ˌfu̇lz \ also spoonsful\ ˈspünz-ˌfu̇l \
What is the plural of worry?
noun, plural wor·ries. a worried condition or feeling; uneasiness or anxiety.
What is the plural of mouthful?
mouthful (plural mouthfuls or mouthsful)
Can I say 2 persons?
4 Answers. Generally, persons is a decent substitute for individuals, and appears more in legal contexts that demand precision. People is the ordinary plural of person. Asking for a table for two or a table for two people is better than asking for a table for two persons.
What’s the plural of breakfast?
Plural. breakfasts. The plural form of breakfast; more than one (kind of) breakfast.
How do you know if a noun is singular or plural?
Lesson SummaryMost singular nouns need an ‘s’ at the end to become plural.Singular nouns ending in ‘s’, ‘ss’, ‘sh’, ‘ch’, ‘x’, or ‘z’ need an ‘es’ at the end to become plural.Some nouns are the same in both their singular and plural forms.More items…
What is the plural of shopkeeper?
shopkeeper (plural shopkeepers)
What is the plural of giraffe?
gi·raffe | \ jə-ˈraf \ plural giraffes.
What is the plural of hoof?
plural hooves\ ˈhüvz , ˈhu̇vz \ also hoofs.
What is the plural of cow?
noun, plural cows, (Archaic) kine. Informal.