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English For Open High School - Module 2

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  1. 1. UNIVERSITY AUTONÓMA DEL CARMEN By: BRYAN YAHIR CASTAÑEDA ESPINOSA KENY BARUCH GARCIÁ MILDRED ETHUR MORALES ORTIZ MODULE 2:
  2. 2. What are they? To identify objects in plural number such bananas, radios, etc. “They are + plural noun” They are + = They are apples. Most nouns make their plurals by simply adding –S to the end as apples.
  3. 3. Plural nouns • Most objects simply add –S or es to the object name in singular. • Nouns that end in a consonant + -y change to ies in plural. • Similarly, happens with words as tomato and potato which give tomatoes and potatoes and the other words with ending of a vocal form their plural by adding S.
  4. 4. Examples Singular • It is a check • It is a radio • It is an ash tray • It is a university • It is a glass Plural • They are checks • They are radios • They are ash trays • They are universities • They are glasses
  5. 5. An irregular plural noun is an irregular noun in the plural form. An irregular is formed by: Man-men Woman- women Foot-feet Child-children Tooth-teeth Adding a suffix A vowel change
  6. 6. Structural scheme for identifying of singular or plural objects including their corresponding numeral. “It is one + plural noun” “They are two (three, etc) + plural noun” It is one : It is one table They are three + : They are three tables.
  7. 7. How many or much?
  8. 8. For asking numerical information of objects which form pairs using “how many”: For asking information of the amount of an object without unit in a given situation. How many pairs? A / one pair of shoes. Four pairs of shoes. How much? A / one bag of flour. Two bags of flour.
  9. 9. Examples How much orange juice do you want? How many biscuits did you eat? There were too many people in the queue, so I didn’t wait. The teacher gave us too much homework. I saw many toucans in the tree.
  10. 10. References How much or how many?. (n.d.). How much or how many?. Retrieved July 2, 2014, from http://www.clafoti.com/imagenes10/how_much_many.htm BloggerGifs. (n.d.). Gifs de zapatos y zapatillas. Retrieved July 2, 2014, from http://www.bloggergifs.com/2012/01/zapatos- zapatillas.html#axzz36cA4PTpN Plural Nouns. (n.d.). ´PLURAL NOUNS. Retrieved July 2, 2014, from http://www.clafoti.com/Imagenes/PLURALNOUNS.htm

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