Irregular plural nouns

Discover irregular plural nouns in English, watch videos to discover examples of irregular plurals, download printable worksheets to practice forming the plural form of nouns and train with exercises at the end of the lesson!

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What are irregular plural nouns?

By definition, irregular plural nouns are irregular nouns in the plural form, that is nouns that become plural by changing its spelling in other ways than adding an “s” to the end of the word.

In this lesson you will learn examples of irregular plurals and the grammar rules for irregular pluralnouns ending in consonant + Y, CH, S, O, F and many more.

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Nouns ending in consonant + Y - Videos

Watch the video and discover how to form the plural of nouns ending in consonant + Y.

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Irregular plural consonant + Y - Rule

Irregular plural consonant + Y - Rule

Nouns ending in CH, O, S, SH, X, Z - Videos

Nouns ending in CH, O, S, SH, X, Z - Videos

Irregular plural with CH, O, S, SH, X - Rule

Irregular plural with CH, O, S, SH, X - Rule

Nouns ending in F, fe - Videos

Nouns ending in F, fe - Videos

Irregular plural F, FE - Rule

Irregular plural F, FE - Rule