Regular Versus Irregular Plural Nouns

Regular plural nouns:

Using the general rule of adding -s, or -es to a singular noun.

Examples: dog --> dogs ; class --> classes

Irregular plural nouns:

NOT using the general rule of regular plural nouns. Irregular plural nouns can  vary and usually have more obvious spelling changes  - or none at all!

Examples: fish --> fish ; leaf --> leaves

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This video focuses on plural nouns that end in -s, -es, and -ies.

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