Of all the grammar concepts we have, “plural” seems to be one of the most uncomplicated. Did you get one thing? It’s singular. Got more than one thing? It’s plural. But alas, language is always less undemanding than we expect. The way we conceptualize something—as one thing or many things—doesn’t always match up with the way our word for it behaves. There are some nouns that only have a plural form, regardless of how we think of them. In this English lesson from Let’s Talk English Speaking Institute in Mumbai, you will learn Nouns which are always in the plural form.
Certain nouns only have plural forms and are often used with the expression a pair of are as follows:-
- a pair of lenses
- a pair of jeans
- a pair of shoes
- a pair of slippers
- a pair of glasses
- a pair of gloves
- a pair of earrings
Below are some more nouns that are always in the plural form are as follows:-
So hope this English speaking lesson is helpful to you all out there if you have some more nouns in mind please feel free to share below.
Nice viedo for learning english
Can you provide grammer viedos step by step?