Download English Grammar Noun Numbers for Class 7 PDF
The English language has two noun numbers – singular and plural. A noun that denotes one person or thing is known as a singular number, and a noun that denotes more than one person or thing is known as plural numbers. Learning noun numbers is essential for students of Class 7 as it enables them to form sentences that are grammatically correct, and also aptly represent the scenario in hand. It is noteworthy to mention that the Class 7 English grammar 3 includes noun numbers.
There are various rules of noun numbers, and with consistent practice, they can easily become a part of the child’s everyday vocabulary. Therefore, in addition to the NCERT textbook and exercises, it is imperative that parents and teachers opt for ancillary resources to provide further insights to the children.
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1. What is the plural noun of sheep?
The plural noun of sheep is also sheep. We can denote the plural of sheep by using a collective noun – that is herd.
2. What is the plural noun of mouse?
The plural noun of mouse is created by changing its inside vowels. Thus, the plural of mouse is mice.
3. What is an uncountable noun?
An uncountable noun is a noun that does not have a plural and cannot be typically used with ‘a’ or ‘an.’