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Study the word list: Plurals S, IES, ES

The words here will include all the plurals s, es and ies. There will be words in a singular and plural state.

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beaches There are lots of beautiful beaches in Britain. *
beach A group of youths went to the beach.
toy Our baby is fascinated by that toy.
toys That child has far too many toys.
Turkey Turkey is eaten in nearly every house. *
turkeys Lots of turkeys are eaten at Christmas. *
party I'll include you in my list of party guests.
parties The Republican party is one of the two major political parties in the US. *
Fox The hounds followed the scent of the fox.
foxes There are many foxes in my garden. *
wish I wish I knew where I left my keys.
wishes Jennifer had to defy her mother's wishes.
church The bridegroom was late for church.
churches Some churches use incense in their rites.
trolley Stack your trays neatly on the trolley please. *
trolleys People use shopping trolleys when they go shopping. *
fairy In the fairy story good overcame evil.
fairies The magical woods were full of fairies fluttering between the trees. *

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