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How to form plural nouns by using some common rules

You can easily form the plurals of the nouns by using these rules, it will help you to avoid mistakes while spelling and and writing common words in English

For all those words that do no fall into the given below category, just go ahead and include a “s” in the end of the word to form plural of the word. for e.g. boy => boys, girl = > girls. Can you think of some other examples try these one desk, book, pen, shop, train, name, friend etc.

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Sets of Numbers- A visual representation

Number System- click on to expand the image

We have all read about Sets of Numbers including Natural Numbers, Whole Numbers, Rational, Irrational numbers and so forth. Here is the visual representation of the universe of sets of numbers.

The following is the general representation of the Numbers in the Number systems

• The Natural Numbers: N  ( Includes numbers starting from 1, 2 , 3, 4… does not include 0 )
• The Whole Numbers: No  (o is subscript) (Includes number 0 + natural numbers)
• Integers: Z ( Include all positive, negative numbers and 0)
• Positive Integers: Z+
• Negative Integers: Z–
• Rational Numbers: Q  (Has nominator and denominator)
• Real Numbers: R  ( Includes irrational numbers like √2 , Π etc.)
• Complex Numbers: C ( These are of form a + bi, a and b can be any integers)

Rules to use Apostrophes in English Grammar

The Apostrophes are often used incorrectly in English (Both UK English and US English ). Here are some common rules how to use Apostrophes. The major use of Apostrophes is to show omission of letters in words and other is to show the possession. It is in the latter case where most make the mistakes.

1. Use an Apostrophe to Show the Omission of Letters in a word formation

For e.g. I am going to market = I’m going to market other words where it is frequently as

he is (he’s)
She is (she’s)
we are (we’re)
will not (won’t)
who is (who’s)
is not (isn’t)
are nor (aren’t)
can not (can’t)

BE CAREFUL with IT IS (it’s) it is different than possessive now ITS (its)
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