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Noun and Number

Noun
English
Class 7

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Define and identify the use of singular and plural nouns, identify how plural nouns are formed

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Identify the plural form of the noun given in bracket:
The _________ in the pond were swimming in circles. (fish)

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Choose the option that best corrects the underlined word.
His films were not successful at first, as viewers thought they were not an inventive example of the genre.

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Choose the option that best corrects the statement at the underlined point:
 
One of his friend preferred to travel by air alone.

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Select the correct plural noun from the given singular form of the noun:
Mohammed has three ___________. (wife)

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Fill in the blank with the singular form of the noun in brackets.

There is a (buffaloes) _______ in the field.

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Identify the plural form of the noun given in bracket:
The _________ and domes of Taj Mahal reflect the intricate designs of Mughal architecture. (arch)

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Choose the option that best corrects the underlined word.
Neither Johnny Cash nor Dolly Parton was known for anything other than being a country musician.

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Choose the option that best corrects the statement at the underlined point:

The prettiest looking objects in the room were the floral vase.

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Choose the word from the options given below that best completes the sentence. 

Billy's shoes look really dirty. Didn't he bring clean _______ ?

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Choose the correct form of the noun to fill the blank in the below sentence:
One of the ___________ in the final exam was tough to solve.

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