Singular and Plural Nouns – Irregular A man – Men, a woman – women, a tooth – teeth, a child – children, a foot – feet, a mouse – mice and etc…
SINGULAR COUNTABLE NOUNS 1.The use of determiners with singular countable nouns In English, singular countable nouns usually cannot be used alone; they must be preceded by a word such as a, the, each or every. e.g. a box the person each child every tree The words a, the, each and every are examples of a
Uses of “There is” and “There are” We use there is and there are to say that something exists. There is is singular, there are is plural.