Who Wears Watches? (-s and -es endings)

Who still wears analog watches? Are smartwatches worth the expense? How easily can students discuss such questions with accurate pronunciation of the -s and -es endings? If you have learners who could benefit from practice saying and hearing the -s and -es endings, please view my handout. It’s designed for intermediate and advanced students. I’ve included listening drills with word pairs like “sit/sits” because a common problem is not saying the endings of both plural nouns and third person singular verbs in the simple present. The five-page handout builds up to a meaningful discussion.

Practice with plural nouns endings and third person singular verb endings (-s/-es) PDF

Related posts with tasks on PDFs:
Taking Another Look at Plural Nouns (2017)
-ed Ending: Review and Practice (2011)

Related video lesson on plural noun endings (2010)

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