The vast majority of nouns in the English language are made plural by adding an “s” or “es” to the end of the word.
For example, book, apple, house, table, door, cat, bush, boss are just some of the millions of words that become plural with the simple addition of an “s” or “es” (books, apples, houses, tables, doors, cats, bushes, bosses). However, certain things have irregular plurals which do not behave in this standard way.
The general rule for making a noun plural is:
Bless = blesses
Box = boxes
catch = catches
Dish = dishes
Buzz = buzzes
Certain words do not follow the above rules for regular plurals. There are some common types of irregular plurals that occur, and some words simply have no plural form at all.
Non-count nouns, also called group nouns, have no plural form because they are assumed to be plural.Some examples are:
Certain other nouns have the same plural form as singular form. A large number of animals happen to follow this rule. For example:
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