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Parts of Speech: Nouns

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Ami-lyn Ward

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Transcript of Parts of Speech: Nouns

Noun of Direct Address: when we call someone by name
"O Captain, my captain! rise up and hear the bells," ~Walt Whitman
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But we can move beyond the present.
Why?
Here is something small...
It could be much larger!
Here is some context. Provide some common ground.
Or something from the present, that we should look beyond.
Proper: nouns are capitalized
Mozart
Myrtle Beach
Common nouns are not capitalized
epidermis
Concrete nouns are name of objects
granite
laptop
Abstract nouns are names of ideas
freedom
pulchritude
Nouns are...
Proper vs. Common Nouns
Concrete vs. Abstract Nouns
Parts of Speech: Nouns
A Person
A Place
A Thing
An Idea
An Example:
So....
30
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A noun that names a group
flock
team
department
Can be plural or singular depending on context
Collective Nouns
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