Irregular & foreign plurals
The majority of nouns in the English language are made plural by adding an "s" or "es" to the end of the word. For example, car, pear, cottage, chair, window are just some of the many words that become plural with the simple addition of an "s" (cars, pears, cottages, chairs, windows). However, certain nouns have "irregular" plurals which do not behave in this standard way. There are no easy ways to remember them, so they generally have to be memorized.
So, print this list, put it on your bathroom door, cover up he plural side with a paper, and memorise and learn whilst brushing your teeth. That way, you have healthy teeth and get some marks for your exam !
Print out & memorise: a list of foreign & irregular verbs
Try these quizzes once you have tried memorising the list
ELC Study Zone 1
ELC Study Zone 2