The Spelling of Plural Words

Luckily, for most words in the English language, all you have to do to make a plural
is to add an 's' to the end of the word. So:
Singular
a table
one cake
a planet

becomes
becomes
becomes
Plural
two tables
three cakes
many planets

However, there are a few words that behave differently and I've provided two worksheets
which deal with those exceptions that tend to cause spelling difficulties.
These are:
Plurals of words ending in 'y'
Plurals of words ending in 'x', 'sh', 's', 'ss', and 'ch'.
Click on the links above to go to the worksheets.

However, there are a few words that behave differently and I've provided two worksheets
which deal with those exceptions that tend to cause spelling difficulties.
These are:
Plurals of words ending in 'y'
Plurals of words ending in 'x', 'sh', 's', 'ss', and 'ch'.
Click on the links above to go to the worksheets.

USA Spelling Books
UK Spelling Books

USA Spelling Books
UK Spelling Books

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clock >> clocks
computer >> computers
sport >> sports
game >> games
lion >> lions
window >> windows