When spelling the plural of a singular noun, it's normally a case of simply adding s to the word. However, not always! Some nouns use the same spelling for both singular and plural. For example, there might be one trout in the river, or many trout, but the spelling remains the same.
This quiz gives a chance to see if you can remember which nouns in English share their singular and plural forms and which follow the more typical rule of adding an -s or -es. Is the plural of deer "deer" or "deers" (or even "deeres")? Is the plural of fish "fish", "fishs" or "fishes"? Is the plural of sheep "sheep", "sheeps" or "sheepes"? This quiz will help!
For the record, the correct plural of deer is "deer", and for sheep it is "sheep". But the plural of fish is itself plural, since it has two possible forms, both correct: "fish" and "fishes"! Isn't spelling great? Just keep practising, train your memory, and try not to worry over the inevitable errors.
Test your skills in this quiz.