Task : Discuss in pairs how forests are useful to us. Later, mention at least two things that forests give us under each category.
a) Food items : fruits, medicine, meat
b) Shelter to animals : den, cave, tree
c) Fuel / other things : firewood, timber, water
Words to Know :
sprinting : running very fast, ವೇಗವಾಗಿ ಓಡು
authority : people who have power, ಅಧಿಕಾರ
complain : express dissatisfaction about something, ದೂರು, ಆಕ್ಷೇಪಣೆಮಾಡು
delighted : happy, ಸಂತೋಷ, ಪರಮಾನಂದ
appreciate : praise, ಪ್ರಶಂಸೆ
community : ಸಮುದಾಯ
The Child Who Saved the Forest
Competency : Numbers
Singular and Plural Noun
A noun which is used for only one person or thing is said to be in the Singular Number.
Example: girl, man, child, pen, table, chair etc.
A noun which is used for more than one person or thing is said to be in the Plural Number.
Example: girls, men, children, pens tables, chairs etc.
Rules Of Forming The Plural Of Nouns
Rule 1 : Most Singular Nouns form their Plurals by adding – ‘s.’
Rule 2 : Nouns that ends in –s, -ss, -x, -sh, or –ch form their Plurals by adding –es to the Singular
Rule 3 : Noun that ends in –y, and the –y has a consonant before it, its Plural is formed by changing –y into –ies; as,
Rule 4 : But if the Noun ends in –y, and the –y has a vowel before it, its Plural is formed by adding –s to the Singular
Rule 5 : Noun that ends in –f or –fe form their Plurals by changing –f or –fe into –ves
But the following Nouns form their Plurals by simply adding –s to the Singular
Rule 6 : Nouns that ends in –o, if they have a consonant before them, generally form their Plurals by adding –es to the Singular
Rule 7 : The following Nouns form their Plurals by a change of the inside vowel
Rule 8 : The following Nouns form their Plurals in –en or –ren
Rule 9 : Compound Noun and their Plurals
Rule 10 : The following Nouns have the same form for the Plural as for the Singular.
Rule 11 : The following Nouns are always Singular:
Rule 12 : The following Nouns are always Plural:
Rule 13 : When the subject changes from Singular to Plural the Predicate of the sentence must change too.