You would add an "es" to the end of James. regardless of how strange it looks :P
"more than one gas = gases
more than one bus = buses
more than one kiss = kisses
more than one Jones = Joneses" - http://punctilious.org/grammar/plurals.htm
The plural form of the noun James is Jameses. Example:
There are two Jameses in my class.
The plural form of the noun grandson is grandsons.The plural possessive form is grandsons'.Example: My grandsons' names are James and Jamal.
The plural form of the noun 'brush' is brushes.
No, Mice is a plural noun. Mouse is the singular noun.
Nouns is the plural form of noun.
The plural form of the noun writer is writers.The plural possessive form is writers'.The plural form of the noun story is stories.The plural possessive form is stories'.The plural form of the noun farmer is farmers.The plural possessive form is farmers'.
The plural form of the noun lily is lilies.
The noun 'guilt' is an uncountable noun, it has no plural form.
The plural form for the noun parenthesis is parentheses.
The plural form for the noun wharf is wharves.
The plural form of the noun project is projects.The plural form of the noun minute is minutes.
The plural form of ambush is ambushes.
there isnt a plural form of a.