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Noun

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Molly Golembeck

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By Bailey, Johanna, Molly, Sydney A noun is a person, place, thing, or idea.
For example:
Person- girl
Place- school
Thing- yo-yo
Idea- freedom Proper Noun: Person, Place or Thing Answer Key

1. The bottle crashed onto the ground. Thing

2. She lives in England. Place

3. My mother is a doctor. Person

4. The teacher played games with the children. Person

5. The computer was black and silver. Thing

6. Her friend lived across the street. Place

7. He ironed his suit. Thing

8. Jack threw the ball to David. Person

9. She got her clothes from the closet. Thing

10. The luggage is still on the porch. Thing

11. She wanted to move to Chicago. Place

12. The car screeched on the pavement. Thing

13. Rose picked up the keys. Person

14. He lives in the city. Place

15. The curtains flew open because of the wind. Thing A Proper Noun is a noun that
is used to describe a specific person,
place, thing, or idea.
Proper Nouns are things like:
Person- George Washington
Place- Steak N' Shake
Thing- Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Noun: Thing
An inatimate object
or animal, but not humans because they are in
the other group, person. A Proper Noun is a noun that
is used to describe a specific person,
place, thing, or idea.
Proper Nouns are things like:
Person- George Washington
Place- Steak N' Shake
Thing- Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star A Proper Noun is a noun that
is used to describe a specific person,
place, thing, or idea.
Proper Nouns are things like:
Person- George Washington
Place- Steak N' Shake
Thing- Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Example: EXAMPLE: fruit cake Example: clock Noun: Person The person noun defines types related
to a person.
It may include things like boy, girl,
human, grandparents, cousin, etc. Concrete nouns:
Concrete nouns are nouns that you can experience with one or more of your senses. (sight, smell, touch, taste, hear)
Most nouns are concrete nouns. Food is a concrete noun. People are also concrete nouns. Abstract nouns:
Abstract nouns are nouns that you cannot experience with your senses.
These nouns are sometimes called idea nouns.
Idea nouns are things that you usually can't see but are still nouns.
Sometimes we don't think of them as nouns.
They are things like justice, freedom, love, honesty, respect, and curiosity. Collective nouns:
A collective noun names a group of people or things.
When a collective noun is singular it is working together or funtioning as a single unit.
When it is considered plural it is made up of individuals. Members can act on their own.
Examples are school of fish, pack of wolves, herd of deer, or litter of puppies. A jury is also considered a collective noun. You will now get a
handout to complete
and finish. When
the class is done,
you will
check your
answers! Noun Now we are going to play a game. We will put you in groups and then you should take out one sheet of paper per group. Make four columns on the paper. Label the columns: idea, place, person, and thing. We will give you about 1 minute to write as many nouns as you can but they must ALL be in the right column. whoever gets the most wins. Things like: church Place nouns:
When a noun is a place it is just a general location unless it is a proper noun. hospital house Things like: honesty loyalty Idea nouns:
An idea nouns is sometimes called an abstract noun.
These are a bit harder to identify. friendship Compound nouns could be spaced, hyphenated, or closed. pencil Count Nouns;
Nouns can also be classified as count nouns.
A count noun is anything that can be counted.
For example, a book is a count noun since it can be counted: 4 books.
Most likely if a noun has a "s" at the end of the word it is countable. Things like: dogs There are 5 of them. There is 1 pencil. hats They are things
like: Washing Machine:
Example of spaced There are 3 hats. Paper-clip:
Example of
hyphenated Bedroom:
Example of closed Things like: Water Blood Mass nouns:
Mass nouns are the opposite of count nouns.
It is also known as noncount nouns.
They are things that can't be counted.
For example, blood or energy. air Common Noun dolphin
slinky
wagon
box
candy
dust
pen
etc. Common nouns are just regular nouns. They are not proper nouns. They are the most common.
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