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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2 Comments

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

    information > information
    equipment > equipment

  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..

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