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Mrs. Hicks Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives
Transcript of Mrs. Hicks Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives
Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives
Nouns can be a person, place, thing, or idea.
Common nouns are nouns that indicate a group or unspecific particular one in a group.
Proper nouns name a specific one in a group.
Example: common noun-house proper noun- The White House
Concrete and abstract nouns help us split nouns into two different groups.
Concrete and Abstract Nouns
Concrete nouns are nouns that you can touch or feel.
Abstract nouns are nouns that you cannot see or feel, but they still exist. Most of these are emotions or feelings.
Example: concrete noun-desk abstract noun-hope
Appositives are nouns or pronouns that are placed next to others nouns or pronouns to identify it or give more information about it.
Example: Jordan, my friend, went to the store
Pronouns take the place of nouns, a group of words acting as nouns, or another pronoun.
Example: We went to the park today.
Adjectives describe the characteristics of nouns.
Example: The frightening bear had a short, stubby tail.