Plural Nouns & Admired People contributed by an Indonesia ETA
“Cat” changes to “cats”, but “mouse” becomes “mice” and “sheep” are always just “sheep” regardless of how many there are…isn’t English grammar simply a delight? Plural nouns can be a hard enough concept for English learners with mother tongues which use different systems to express plurality, and when you add irregularities such as the aforementioned on top of that…
If you’re looking for a way to help your students cope with the idiosyncrasies of English plurals, this Lesson of the Week, “Plural Nouns & Admired People”, contributed by an Indonesia ETA, may be just the ticket. Following a grammar introduction, students practice using regular and irregular plurals with stories about people whom they may admire, as well as other activities. You can find materials for this lesson below:
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