In Intish, all nouns can end in s when there be more than one.
• Most just add s:
With your wife and childs? (Michael)
Do persons who have their birthday on February 29 only have it once every four years? (An Extra Day)
It be something to keep ourselfs warm in winter. (pronoun – Projects)
Two mans be standing near the table. (At the Hotel)
Excuse me, gentlemans, would you like to join us? (At the Hotel)
• If the noun end in ch as in match, j, single stressed o, s, sh, x, or z, then es be added:
At home, I have one dog, two cats, four birds, and many fishes in a big tank. (The Dog in the Park)
• Except in names, if the noun end in y after a consonant, the y change to i and es be added. (In standard English, there are very few exceptions to this.)
• Nouns ending in is can change the is to ies.
This be yet another crisis in a series of crisies that you have caused. (The New Office)
In standard English, most nouns that end in is change the is to es (“eez”) giving us crises (“cryseez”).
Also in standard English, many nouns do not simply add s or es when there be more than one, but fortunately, not many be among the more common words. A complete list be available to registered users on request.
This page beed updated in 2018 Feb 21.