• This test assesses your knowledge of the correct plural form for many commonly mis-pluralized 'English' words. In many cases these are words 'borrowed' from the classical languages (Latin and Attic Greek) which have retained their 'correct' plural forms through usage mostly by people who have some classical education. If you are offended by the idea of 'correct' spelling (you have a point by the way, it's a modern thing) or 'correct' forms (again attempts at a standardized and universal English are recent) then you probably ought to move on. I am well aware that if the common plural of mouse becomes 'mouses' through usage, it is just as valid as 'mice' but I know which one will be found in the OED ;¬) Also, "speakers of American English" should note that I am not one. This has the PROPER [;¬)] English spellings.