Solutions for: App 329 / Irregular Plural Nouns (1)

Practise irregular plural nouns!
In most cases you form the English plural by adding an "s" or "es" to the noun. But there are also some irregular plural nouns you need to learn by heart.
For example: Child - children OR leaf - leaves
Some nouns don't change at all: one fish - many fish
I think we have some ______ in the cellar!

Solution:
mice
Please, don't forget to brush your ______ tonight!

Solution:
teeth
Tomorrow we will use our pocket ______ for woodworking class.

Solution:
knives
I don't like ______.

Solution:
tomatoes
I think these shoes are for ______.

Solution:
women
Wow, look at that field! How many ______ there are!

Solution:
sheep
Oh, my ______ are bigger than yours.

Solution:
feet
It's autumn, all the __________ have turned colour.

Solution:
leaves
Do you think there are ______ in this forest?

Solution:
wolves
There are ______ on my Grandpa's farm.

Solution:
geese
The ______ of my brothers are both dentists!

Solution:
wives
My father plays in a band with other ______.

Solution:
men
Please buy two ______ of bread from the bakery.

Solution:
loaves
Oh, how cute! Look at these ______.

Solution:
babies
My brother has an aquarium with lots of ______.

Solution:
fish