Nouns ending in O take s or es for plural. What are the rules?
#113004. Asked by loominitsa. (Feb 20 10 3:32 PM)
The -oes rule: most nouns ending in o preceded by a consonant also form their plurals by adding -es (pronounced /z/)
potato = potatoes
tomato = tomatoes
radio = radios (no e because the "o" is preceded by a vowel, the "i")
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