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  • Kacey-Ann Calloo

    • Kingston, Jamaica
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    • School Teacher
    • Member Since: October 1, 2016
    • “Don’t let what you can’t do stop you from doing what you can do.” – John Wooden
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  • Nouns
    Nouns are seperated into singluar and plural nouns. When nouns become plural 's,es or ies' is added to the singluar noun. Not all singular words will take an s, es or ies to make them plural
    Subject: English / Language Arts | Grade: K-2
    Author(s): Kacey-Ann Calloo
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