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Sustantivos Regulares e Irregulares

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LICEO DE HOMBRES DE ANTOFAGASTA “MARIO BAHAMONDE SILVA” LICEO TRADICIONAL Y EMBLEMATICO FUNDADO EL 6 DE DICIEMBRE 1888 UNIDAD TECNICA PEDAGOGICA CURRICULUMpr Asignatura Contenido Aprendizaje Esperado Profesor Nombre Alumno (a) GUIA DE TRABAJO Idioma Extranjero Inglés Sustantivos regulares e irregulares (Plurales) Identificar sustantivos regulares e irregulares Maricel Saavedra A. Germán Ávila Á. Mauricio Rodríguez B. Curso PLURALES 1 · En inglés solamente se escriben plurales en los SUSTANTIVOS, nunca en los adjetivos. · Existen unas normas para realizar los plurales en los sustantivos y son las siguientes: 1ª.- Los sustantivos que en inglés acaben en S,SS,SH,CH,X,O para hacer el plural tenemos que añadir al sustantivo ES. Ejemplos: SINGULAR Bus Glass Bush Church Box Tomato PLURAL BusES GlassES BushES ChurchES BoxES TomatoES Photo is not really a word, but  a shortened version of the  word photograph. So if you  are writing something formal,  don't use the word photo at  all :) If it's not formal, photos  is correct. 2ª.-Los sustantivos que en inglés acaben en Y y antes hay una CONSONANTE, para hacer el plural tenemos que quitar la Y y sustituirla por una I y luego añadir ES. Ejemplos: SINGULAR Baby City PLURAL BaIES CitIES 3ª.-Los sustantivos que en inglés acaben en F o en FE, para hacer el plural tenemos que quitar la F o la Fe y en su lugar escribir VES. Ejemplos: SINGULAR Knife Leaf PLURAL KniVES LeaVES 4ª.-En inglés existen unos plurales irregulares que no siguen las normas y que hacen el plural cambiando la palabra o simplemente no la cambian y son los siguientes: SINGULAR Tooth Man Policeman Fish Mouse Foot Woman Child Goose Ox Sheep Deer Person Luggage PLURAL TEETH MEN POLICEMEN FISH MICE FEET WOMEN CHILDREN GEESE OXEN SHEEP DEER PEOPLE LUGGAGE 5ª.-Para todos los demás sustantivos que no estén incluidos en las normas anteriores, el plural se forma añadiendo al sustantivo una S. Ejemplos: SINGULAR Car Table PLURAL CarS TableS Exercises What is the correct plural of the word? How many ________(person) study English as a second language? Five________ (woman) opened a computer service company. Even________ (child) enjoy learning on the Internet. Most basketball players are 6________ (foot) tall or more. Which breed of ________ (sheep) produces the finest wool? My ________ (tooth) are sensitive to the cold. At daylight savings time, we have to change our________ (watch) . The boys went fishing and caught 10________ (fish) . There are 10________ (man) in the Maintenance Department. The ________ (wife) keep their ________ (knife) on the (shelf) . ________ (Goose) are water birds. ________ (Piano) are difficult to move . There are some________ (policeman) in my house! I've lost my________ (luggage) . Write down the correct form of the plural: city - . house - . boy - . family - . life - . photo - . phone - . sandwich - . nurse - . elf - . village - . toy - . What is the correct plural of the word? 1. How many (person) people study English as a second language? 2. Five (woman) women opened a computer service company. 3. Even (child) children enjoy learning on the Internet. 4. Most basketball players are 6 (foot) feet tall or more. 6. photo - photos 7. phone - phones . . . 5. Which breed of (sheep) sheep produces the finest wool? 6. My (tooth) teeth to the cold. are sensitive 8. sandwich - sandwiches 9. nurse - nurses 10. elf - elves . . . 7. At daylight savings time, we have to change our (watch) watches . 8. The boys went fishing and caught 10 (fish) fish . in the 11. village - villages 12. toy - toys . 9. There are 10 (man) men Maintenance Department. 10. The (wife) wives (knife) knives (shelf) shelves 11. (Goose) Geese 12. (Piano) Pianoes move . 13. There are some (policeman) policemen house! . keep their on the are water birds. are difficult to in my 14. I've lost my (luggage) luggage Write down the correct form of the plural: 1. city - cities 2. house - houses 3. boy - boys . . . . . 4. family - families 5. life - lives .
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