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Singular vs. Plural in English

Learn the rules about singular and plural in English in this Howcast video with ESL Teacher Megan Brach.


My nam is Megn Brach, I've been teaching English as a second language for four years. Learning english isn't fast, nor is it easy, but I'm going to help you get started. Are you ready? Let's learn English. Now let's learn the difference between singular versus plural. In english singular means one. Plural means two or more. so to make a plural we simply add s" or "es". For example, I have an apple of I have two apples. I have a banana or I have five bananas. Now for some words you add es. So, I have one box or I have three boxes. There is one church or two churches. so, let's practice. What's the plural of chair? That's right, chairs. What's the plural of lamp? Yes, lamps. What's the plural of glass? Glassess. What's the plural of bush? bushes. Good, keep practicing you singular versus plural in english.

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