Unchanging Singular and Plural Forms
In a plural sense by the piece the followings add s/es
|trout (форель) |
swine / swines
- These aircraft are on display.
- Those sailing craft were maneuvered with great difficulty.
- Could you lend me twenty quid, mate?
- Are those humpbacked shaggy-haired wild oxen called bison?
- A couple of deer are grazing and browsing calmly over there.
- Moose are native to Norther Eurasia and North America.
- My offspring make me rather anxious.
- We passed the grassland on which a flock of sheep were grazing.
- Both our sheep have calfs.
- All the swine are infected with swine fever.
- Are the trouts we are cooking the lake or sea trout?
- Carp are farmed for food in some parts of the world and are widely kept in large ponds.
- Some of them managed to catch a couple of pikes.
- The members of the mackerel family, which includes the tunas, are fast-moving marine predators and often popular as game fish.
- A fillet of several plaice with sautéd rice and vegetables makes the best garnish.
- The chef made a splendid lunch of several smoked salmon for all the guests.
- Add the prawns and a couple of squid and cook for 2 minutes.
- This recipe says we need a fillet of two turbot with mushrooms.
- The fish were counted and an average weight recorded.
- An expert angler was casting his line and catching a fish every time… Eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables.
- We give thanks for the fruits of the earth.
- Fresh fruit and vegetables provide fibre and vitamins.
- We savored bananas and other tropical fruits.
- Try to eat at least one piece of fruit a day.