Comparison between Singular and plural nouns:

comparison between singular noun and plural noun

Singular noun:

A singular noun represents a single person, place, thing, object, or idea. It is a noun that is used for individuals and also a bond with adjectives or verbs.

Singular nouns also begin with “a” or “an” to represent a single of anything.

Plural noun:

A plural noun is used to introduce more than one person, place, thing, object, or idea. In some cases of plural nouns, a letter “s” or “es” is added to a singular noun to make it plural.

singular and plural noun

Some examples show the comparison between singular and plural nouns.

Singular nounPlural noun
DogDogs
AnimalAnimals
CatCats
PersonPeople
HusbandHusbands
WifeWives
BoyBoys
GirlGirls
CatCats
TeacherTeachers
SchoolSchools
LionLions
SpaceshipSpaceships
CarCars

Examples of a singular noun:

  1. A book is placed on the table.
  2. A dog is barking at the thief at night.
  3. She made an omelet of an egg.
  4. The color of his shirt is attractive.
  5. A teacher is teaching a story in a lecture,
  6. The last lecture is very lengthy.
  7. A story is not so good to print in a book.
  8. The printer has been malfunctioning since yesterday.
  9. This is a single bedroom.
  10. An apple is good for your health.

Examples of a plural noun:

  1. Buses are available to go to the city.
  2. Close the remaining windows.
  3. He purchased so many flowers today for no reason.
  4. I have extra sandwiches in my tiffin.
  5. The dishes are looking so delicious.
  6. Only a few marker pens are left to sell.
  7. He purchased two shirts from my shop.
  8. A baby is playing with toys.
  9. Birds are flying high in the sky.
  10. Berries are falling from the tree because of the wind.