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Singular and Plural Nouns – Irregular

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

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”

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.¬†