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A2 Grammar Exercise: Plural Forms of Nouns

A2 Grammar Exercise

This is our A2 Grammar Exercise Plural Forms of Nouns set at a Pre-Intermediate level from our collection of interactive activities featuring a wide range of educational subjects and topics of general interest.

In these exercise, you practice about words used to talk about quantity. This is good practice for the Cambridge Assessment English A2 Key examination.

Most singular nouns are made into a plural by simply putting an -s at the end. There are many different rules regarding pluralization depending on what letter a noun ends in. Irregular nouns do not follow plural noun rules, so they must be memorized.

Plural Forms of Nouns Exercise

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