Nouns that stand for one person, animal, place or thing are called singular nouns. Nouns that stand for more than one person, animal, place or thing are called plural nouns.
Q. Select the correct options and fill in the blanks.
- She has two blue __________. (pen/pens)
- Mrs. Emily Brook is our english __________. (teacher/teachers)
- I saw a __________ (man/men) crossing the road.
- There were many __________ (mouse/mice) in Hamelin.
- Pied Piper asked for five hundred __________. (guilder/guilders)