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a or an?
a + singular noun beginning with a consonant: a boy; a car; a bike; a zoo; a dog
an + singular noun beginning with a vowel: an elephant; an egg; an apple; an idiot; an orphan

Put a or an:


s or es?
When we have things we can count:

for one, we say: a dog

for many , we say: dogs

When we have many, we can add s : cat / cats

or es: watch / watches; tomato/tomatoes; bus/buses; box/ boxes
Sometimes we change y in ies: strawberry /strawberries
or f in ves: elf / elves


Put into plural: (add s or es)

a monkey =
a boy =
an eraser =
a dog =
a cat =
a country =

a wolf =
an eye =
a notebook =
a blackboard =
a pencil =
a desk =

Sometimes words change completely and we just have to remember

them :
goose /geese

Write the irregular plurals:

man =

foot =

woman =
mouse =

child =
tooth =