Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Something's Fishy Here....

We're going to begin talking about nouns that form the plural in some very unpredictable ways.  We call them "irregular."  For example-- one child, two children: what's up with that?  Can you think of any animals with irregular plural forms?  Leave your examples here!  You have one hint to the right.

9 comments:

Austin said...

One is deer and deer.

Mrs. H. said...

Yep, good one!

Austin said...

One other one is fish and fish.

Will M. said...

One man, two men.

daniel said...

Gentelman and Gentelmen

Mrs. H. said...

Good, Daniel! We hadn't thought of that one yet in class. Have a good weekend :)

evans said...

one fish and fish and goose and geese.

Mrs. H. said...

Thanks, Evans. Good ones. I'm impressed with this Friday night blogging!

Austin said...

Snowman and snowmen woman and women