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Most nouns add -s to mean more than one. Nouns that end in s, x, ch, or sh add -es to mean more than one. 02 LEVEL: created@ NETS 1 We have two accordions in our house. 2 Grandma has many brushes to fix her hair. 3 My grandfather has many clocks and watches. 4 A lot of flowers are in the boxes. only altered@ N Write the nouns that add -s. accordions, clocks, flowers Write the nouns that add -es. Copyright © Scholastic Inc. brushes, watches, boxes Scholastic Success With Grammar • Grade 2 37 Name Most nouns add -s to mean more than one.
Is that a banana? Did you find the fruit? Buy me an avocado. Come over for dinner. only altered@ N I want to eat dinner. This tastes great! What a big mango! Exclamation: This tastes great! Command: Buy me an avocado. Come over for dinner. Question: Is that a banana? Did you find the fruit? Copyright © Scholastic Inc. Telling Sentence: I want to eat dinner. I like mangos. Scholastic Success With Grammar • Grade 2 31 Name Types of Sentences Read the following sentences. Write the correct end punctuation mark for each sentence.
Scholastic Success With Grammar • Grade 2 49 Name Quotation Marks Read the sentences. Then put quotation marks where they belong. The first one has been done for you. ” Quotation marks show the exact words someone says. They go before the speaker’s first word. 02 LEVEL: punctuation mark. ” Finish the sentence below. Use quotation marks to show what Jan asked. Jan asked, Copyright © Scholastic Inc. 50 Scholastic Success With Grammar • Grade 2 0 Name Assessment Quotation Marks Fill in the bubble next to the correct way to write the sentence.