Gofteman-e Naslha Language Center
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1. Number shows whether one is meant, or more than one.
2. There are two Numbers : --
The Singular number denotes only one object.
The Plural number denotes more than one object.
The Plural is generally formed by adding s to the Singular :
When the noun ends in s, x, ch, or sh, the Plural is formed by adding es to the Singular : -
If the noun ends in y, and the y has consonant going before it, the Plural is formed by changing y into ies : -
But if the y has vowel going before it, the Plural is formed by simply adding s : --
Most nouns ending in f or fe form the Plural by changing f or fe into ves
If the noun ends in o, and the o is preceded by a consonant, the Plural is generally ( not always ) formed by adding es to the Singular : --
But if the o is preceded by a vowel, the Plural is formed by simply adding s to the singular : --
Some nouns from their Plurals irregularly :
Some Nouns have the same from in the Plural as in the Singular : -
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