English Plural

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English Plural

Learning the English Plural displayed below is vital to the language. English Plurals are grammatical numbers, typically referring to more than one of the referent in the real world. In the English language, singular and plural are the only grammatical numbers. Here are some examples:

English Plural
Plural
my book
my books
our daughter
our daughters
I'm cold
we're cold
his chickens
their chicken

Notice the structure of the Plural in English has a logical pattern. Locate the Plural above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in English.

Note: Because English has lost its case system, nouns do not have grammatical gender and there is a distinction between the singular and plural forms of nouns. The most common plural marker is the suffix -e, but several common nouns form their plural instead by adding a final -s.

List of Plurals in English

Below is a list of the Plurals and Singulars in English placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your English vocabulary.

English Plural
alligator
alligators
bear
bears
bird
birds
bull
bulls
cat
cats
cow
cows
deer
many deer
dog
dogs
donkey
donkeys
eagle
eagles
elephant
elephants
giraffe
giraffes
goat
goats
horse
horses
lion
lions
monkey
monkeys
mouse
mice
rabbit
rabbits
snake
snakes
tiger
tigers
wolf
wolves

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