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Irregular Plurals of English Nouns
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Last updated: Feb 26, 2001
 
 
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Usually the plural of a noun is made by adding s to its singular. However, there exists a number of other plural forms that are exceptions to the aforementioned rule (e.g. nouns ending with f or fe form their prular by dropping the f or fe and adding ves, some by vowel change, some do not have their prular forms at all, etc.).
This compact collection will help you learn a large body of those irregular plural forms and grammatical rules governing them.
 
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Q: pl: penny
A: pence (for a sum of money) / pennies (for a number of coins)

Q: pl: addendum
A: addenda

Q: pl: ox
A: oxen

Q: gram: His microeconomics (help) him to maximize the desirable effects of his business decisions. (present)
A: help

Q: pl: hoof
A: hoofs/hooves

 
 
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