Singular and plural nouns quiz

  • I don't know any jokes about mothers-in-law.
  • He showed me three fountain pens and asked which one is mine.
  • The passers-by noticed nothing.
  • The postmen are on strike again.
  • The commanders-in-chief are to meet tomorrow.
  • How many coal-mines are to be shut?
  • Not all Lord Chancellors in our history are worth mentioning.
  • The lookers-on were asked to go home.
  • Where are my blacking-brushes?
  • Tom and Rob are his stepsons.
  • I've got two pocket-knives.
  • Sam and Tom are my room-mates.
  • Are you typical stays-at-home?
  • Put all the press-cuttings on my desk, please.
  • Mary and Kate are sisters-in-law.
  • Are there any merry-go-rounds there?
  • I won't tolerate any go-betweens in this business!
  • Are there any boy scouts in your class?
  • There are three American men-of-war in the gulf.
  • Bowler-hats are in fashion again.
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