Really Useful List of 100 Irregular Plural Nouns in English
You’ve got one tomato and I’ve got two tomatos. Right? Wrong! I’ve got two tomatoes!
Although we usually add an -s to a noun to make it plural (one egg, two eggs, etc.), some nouns in English have irregular plural endings. We’ve put together a really useful list in alphabetical order of some common nouns which have irregular plural endings:
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