Noun: A word that names a person, place, thing or idea is known as a noun.

Rule 1 - Some nouns are always remain in plural form. they take plural verb. these nouns have no singular form.these are…….

Alms, archives, scissors,species, valuables… etc.

Example: My means were reduced substantially.
Every means is good if the end is good.

Rule 2 - Some nouns looks plural in form but have singular meaning.such nouns take singular verb.These are….

News, Politics, mathematics, measles, draughts ….etc.

Rule 3 – Some nouns are always used in singular.These are uncountable nouns. we should not use article A/An with these nouns.these are…

Scenery,poetry, furniture, advice, bread, stationery, knowledge…..etc

Note- we can’t pluralise such nouns by adding ‘s’ or ‘es’

Rule 4 - Some nouns are look singular but have plural meaning. such nouns take plural verb.These are…

Cattle, clergy, cavalry, infantry, poultry, childrens, police…etc

Note - It is incorrect to write Sceneries,informations,hairs.
But if hair is used as countable it can be pluralised: one hair, two hairs…
Example - I need three hairs of sheep.

Rule 5- Some nouns have the same in plural as well as singular.these are…
Deer, fish, crew,family,team,jury,pike, aircraft, swine,counsel…etc

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