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Now I’m sure you all know that to make most nouns plural (more than one) you just add -s, right? One pen, two penS. Easy, isn’t it? And I’m sure you know that after one potato, you get two potatoES. Also, that man becomes mEn, and woman becomes womEn (be careful of the pronunciation though – /ˈwɪmɪn/), and a child becomes childREN.
But do you always remember what happens to a sheep, a deer and a mouse?
And what about more uncommon words like fungus and crisis? And actually, WHY do they have special plural forms?
Find out here, and you can also practice your pronunciation too.