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Transcript of NOUNS
Abstract nouns are nouns name ideas, or characteristics. some examples of this are Love, fear, happy, sad, lovingly, amazed, spirit, kindness, aroma, depressed ...etc and many more!
Collective nouns name groups. The singular form is sometimes considered singular and sometimes considered plural. Some examples of these are clan, crew, hockey team, crew, choir, committee, basketball teams, N.B.A, N.H.L ...etc
Nouns name people, animals, places, things, or ideas. Nouns are separated into two main groups: common (abstract, Collective, Concrete) and proper nouns.
Common nouns are nouns that denote a class of objects or a concept as opposed to a particular individual. Some examples of this might be Her
that she agreed.
Proper nouns name particular poeple, places, things, or ideas. Proper nouns always start with a capital letter. examples of this type of nouns are, Paris, Canada, Manga, Anime, London ...etc
Examples of concrete nouns
Examples of abstract nouns
Examples Of Proper Nouns
Examples Of Collective Nouns
Science involves a lot of
Congress has a
I like to be
I went to
is a good friend.
likes to touch Blondie's hair.
is lead by Justin Trudeau.
THE ENDING SENTENCES
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to search for
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to show more
and increase the
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NAMES OF PEOPLE
Some examples of nouns of people are Kevin, Hardaman, Christine, Mahik, Eman, Gaby, Gautam, Happy, Narisa, Jasmine, Caitlin, Melvin, Marcus ... etc
Some examples of title nouns are Mr., Miss, Sir, Dr., Professor, Reverend ...etc
PLACES, BUILDINGS AND INSTITUTIONS
Some nouns of this type might be Africa, Asia, America, Canada, England, New York, Red Cross, Sydney Opera House, United Nations ...etc
NOUNS: DAYS OF THE WEEK, MONTHS
Some examples of this type might be Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday, December, October, September, June ...etc
NOUNS: RELIGIOUS NAMES
Some religious types of nouns could be Bible, Qur'an, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism ... etc
NOUNS: HISTORICAL NAMES
Some historical nouns could be World War 1, World War 2, Roman Empire, Golden Temple ...etc
NOUNS: EVENTS AND FESTIVALS
Some examples of this type of nouns are Olympic Games, New Year's Eve, Christmas, Halloween, Holi, Diwali ... etc
Concrete nouns identify objects that are tangible or can be identified through the senses. Some examples of this are Spiritual, cry, laugh, yawn, fog, storm, depressed, mad, Happy ...etc and many more