Plural nouns which do not end in ‘s’

Some plural forms of nouns in English do NOT end in ‘s’.

Here are some of the most common irregular plural forms:

  • one man ➞ two men
  • one woman ➞ two women
  • one child ➞ two children
  • one foot ➞ two feet
  • one sheep ➞ two sheep
  • one tooth ➞ two teeth
  • one person ➞ two people
  • one fish ➞ two fish (or fishes)

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4 Comments

  1. Russell - August 18, 2017, 9:53 am Reply

    information > information
    equipment > equipment

    • Anonymous - September 2, 2018, 3:19 am Reply

      ‘Information’, ‘equipment’ and others listed here are uncountable nouns and cannot be plural by their selves without quantifiers. These aren’t examples of plural nouns with ‘s’ like words such as ‘children’ or ‘sheep’

  2. temp - December 4, 2017, 1:04 pm Reply

    It’s not Informations, its information.
    It’s not equipments, it’s equipment.
    It’s not furnitures, its furniture.
    Similarly, few words i could remember,
    It’s not dirts, it’s dirt.
    It’s not datas, it’s data.

    Or you could say, the meaning stays,
    A piece of information OR some information.
    A piece of equipment
    A piece of furniture.

    and so on..

  3. Vera Canazio - March 22, 2018, 5:15 pm Reply

    I am flabbergasted at what you are providing me with. Million thanks

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