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Plural Nouns

By Learn English - Friday, 22 March 2013 No Comments


·     Some nouns are always plural these nouns never come in singular form.
 read following noun with example

·         Almas – (I give alms to poor)
·         Ashes – (They were talking about ashes of their guardian)
·         Athletics – (athletics is one of the most commonly participated sports)
·         Belongings – (don’t’ leave your belongings)
·         Bowels – (large bowels)
·         Binoculars – (I have high quality binoculars)
·         Billiards – (Let’s play billiards)
·         Breeches – (breeches are available for men)
·         Caves – (there are lots of caves in India)
·         Clippers – (he is asking for sharp clippers)
·         Customs – (everybody should pay his customs duties)
·         Congratulations – (Congratulations to you n your family)
·         Eyeglasses – (he is searching his eyeglasses)
·         Earnings – (ask him about his annual earnings)
·         Entrails – (animal’s entrails are used to make medicines)
·         Embers(embers performance were given by them)
·         Fangs – (that shop has great collection of monster and vampire fangs and teeth)
·         Fetters – (robber broke his fetters in the jail and run away)
·         Fireworks – (Children love to see fireworks)
·         Gallows – (gallows tree)
·         Goggles – (he is using best quality goggles)
·         Innings – (it was the toughest innings).
·         Lodging – (he is searching lodgings near his aunt’s house)
·         Mumps – (we need to know about mumps disease)
·         Outskirts – (he lives on the outskirts of the town)
·         Odds – (he misleads the odds ratio)
·         Particulars – (you need to be perfect in all particulars)
·         Proceedings – (He was telling about the conference proceedings)
·         Proceeds – (Proceeds of crime)
·         Remains – (Police called the eyewitness to identify the remains of dead body)
·         Savings – (he doesn't want to tell about his savings)
·         Shambles – (Let’s take a visit to shambles)
·         Shears – (Where are your shears)
·         Spectacles – (your spectacles are very nice)
·         Surroundings – (Government is spending enough money to protect historical places and its surroundings)
·         Troops – (troops were eager to save lives of millions)
·         Tactics – (you have got the great tactics to get your work complete)
·         Tidings – (It’s a time to get tidings online)
·         Valuables – (take your valuables with you)
·         Vegetables – (add green vegetables to your food)
·         Wages – (his family is depends on his daily wages)

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