English can be a tricky language in many ways. When does "i" come before "e"? How does "bologna" rhyme with "pony"? If the plural of "mouse" is "mice" then shouldn’t the plural of "house" be "hice"? Whether you’re a native English speaker or not, there are so many rules to the English language, and every one of them seems to have an exception. One rule that gives a lot of people trouble is changing the "y" to an "i" when the word is made plural or conjugated in some way. This word search puzzle includes a few examples of words that are subject to this rule. See if you can find them all.