Do You Know the Plural Forms of these Words?

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English isn't easy — even for those who write and speak it as their first language. It would help, of course, if we could just be consistent and always tack on a single "s" when we want to tell people we're using the plural form of a word. Regrettably, there's a plurality of ways to indicate you're talking about more than one of something. Maybe you'll add an "es," and maybe you'll change the word into something entirely unexpected. This quiz captures some of the weird ways we pluralize words in the English language. The questions will get progressively difficult, so allow us to wish you luck. Actually, we wish you multiples of luck — you may need it.
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