This is Lesson 9 of our Basic English Series

Parts of Speech 1.6
Nouns Part 6 – Numbers of Nouns

In this lesson, we will learn one more noun rules to keep in mind especially in writing.

Nouns rule number thirteen (ENR13), and sixteenth (ELGR16) in the English Grammar.

ELGR16: Adding the apostrophe and s forms the  plural  of numbers,  letters, signs, and symbols.


Again, as mentioned earlier, familiarization is needed to be able to recognize these differences and reading is the best way to improve this skill. So set a regular reading schedule for yourself. Just between 15 and 30 minutes each day will greatly improve your skills in these areas. For reading materials, you may want to visit our library here and choose the materials you want to read from our internal resources or other articles and books written by our friends and business partners.

This is the end of our lessons on nouns. The next part of speech that we will talk about is the one we use to substitute nouns in a sentence in the English Language. This is another exciting lessons in this series. Let’s move on to the next page to see what this is.

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