The plural form for the noun chicken is chickens; the plural possessive form is chickens'.
No, chicken isn't a plural noun (there are lots of other regular that was just an example). The plural form of a word is multiple of something.
The possessive form for the plural noun winners is winners'.
The plural form of the noun year is years.The plural possessive form is years'.example: I have five years' experience as a chicken plucker.
The noun 'chicken' is a singular noun as a word for a type of bird. The plural noun is 'chickens'.The noun 'chicken' is an uncountable noun as a word for the meat of this type of bird, a word for a substance.The noun 'chicken' is a common gender noun, a word for a male or a female bird.The gender specific noun for a male chicken is 'rooster'.The gender specific noun for a female chicken is 'hen'.A noun functions as the subject of a sentence or a clause, and as the (direct or indirect) object of a verb or the object of a preposition.Example uses:Four chickens will be needed for the barbecue. (subject of the sentence, plural-countable)I found an egg in the nest that a chicken had laid. (subject of the relative clause, singular-countable)We made enough chicken for everyone. (direct object of the verb 'made', uncountable)They made the chickens a shelter. (indirect object of the verb 'made', plural-countable)We made the soup with leftover chicken. (object of the preposition 'with', uncountable)Note: The noun 'chicken' is also an informal word for a contest between people in which the first person to lose nerve and withdraw from a daring or dangerous situation or activity is the loser.The word 'chicken' is an informal adjective used to describe a person as timid or cowardly.
boys - plural noun boys' - possessive plural noun men - plural noun men's - possessive plural noun
Yes, the word 'chickens' is the plural form for the singular noun 'chicken', a word for a type of bird, a word for a living thing.
no it is not a plural noun
what is the plural noun of he
There is no plural noun, geese is a plural noun itself. The singular noun of geese is goose.
The plural noun of general is generals. Generals is a regular plural noun.
The plural noun for path is paths. The plural noun for patch is patches.