Plural nouns are words that show a quantity of more than one. To make a noun plural, add an 's' to the end of the word. When spelling a plural noun, use a dictionary to check the correct spelling.
The longest English plural form is 'anticonstitutionally', which has 13 letters. The plural form of 'goose' is 'geese', but the plural form of 'moose' is just 'moose'. The word 'deer' is the only word in English that has two plural forms - 'deer' and 'deer'.
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