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All Kinds of Nouns!!!

Ms.M's 4th grade class covers nouns
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Andrea Mendoza

on 3 September 2013

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Transcript of All Kinds of Nouns!!!

Four QUALITIES of Nouns
Person
Number
Gender
N O U N S
Contents
I. Types of Nouns
Diagramming
NOUN is the part of speech that names a person, place or thing
II. Kinds of proper and common nouns
III. Qualities of nouns
IV. Diagramming
PROPER Nouns
COMM
O
N Nouns
Abstract Nouns
names a thing that is a quality or condition
Concrete Nouns
names a person, a place, a thing that exists in a material or physical form
Types of Nouns
is the part of speech that names a person, place, or thing.
NOUN
is the type of noun that names a particular person, place, or thing
is the type of noun that names any class of persons, places, or things
Kinds of Proper
and
Common Nouns
always begin with a CAPITAL letter
Collective Nouns
denotes a group of persons, animals, places, or things considered as one.
COLLECTIVE nouns may be proper or common.
CASES of Nouns
Possessive
Case
is a quality that indicates whether the noun is the
first person
- speaker
second person

- one spoken to
third person
- one spoken about
is a quality of noun that indicates whether the noun is
singular
plural
is the quality of a noun that indicates whether a noun is
masculine
feminine
neuter
CASE is the quality of a noun that indicates the function of that noun in a sentence.
Nominative
Case
subject
direct
address
function of a noun to show possession or ownership
Objective
Case
direct
object
object
of a
preposition
indirect
object
appositive
An appositive that explains a direct object, an indirect object, or an object of a preposition is in the objective case
appositive
An appositive that explains a subject, a subjective compliment, or a direct address is in the nominative case
Chocolate Hills
President Obama
Helen
Gabriel
VW
Southwestern Airlines
swarm
class
herd
choir
fleet
prince
stallion
bachelor
mayor
sheep
attorney
uncle
actress
niece
mare
wife
queen
cow
relic
farm
career
insomnia
property
Cebu
Cuba
is a communist country.
it answers the question
who?
or
what?
before the verb
Monica
, will
you and
David
attend the meeting?
It follows the linking verb and refers to the subject
subjective compliment
LINKING VERB
Prudence
is
a
virtue
that disposes practical reasons to discern our true good
is the person, place, or thing spoken to and named
is separated from the other words in a sentence by comma
Kristin,
could you bring me that book?
it follows another noun or pronoun to identify or explain that noun or pronoun
Jane's

gloves is green
The
boys'
bikes were decorated for the parade.
Jacob, my
son
, have you sold your birthright?
a noun that functions as direct object, an indirect object, an object of preposition, or an objective compliment in a sentence
it answers the question
whom? or what?
after the verb
Christopher Columbus discovered
America.
answers the questions to
whom? for whom? or to what?
after the verb
is always followed by a direct object
Grandpa buys
Grandma
flowers for her birthday
direct
object
follows a preposition
Damien worked among the
lepers

on the
island
of
Molokai.
about
above
across
after
against
among
around
at
before
behind
beside
between
by
down
during
except
for
from
in
near
of
off
on
over
through
to
toward
up
under
with
it follows another noun or pronoun to identify or explain that noun or pronoun
They gave Agnes, the new
bride
, a set of towels.
this help us to visualize the function of nouns in a sentence
gave
Kristen
Charles
book
Danny
(cousin)
the
with
picture
St. Paul's
your
direct address
direct object
predicate
(verb)
object of a preposition
subject
indirect object
appositive
adjective
(possessive noun)
book
is
English 8
The
subject
subjective
compliment
predicate
(linking verb)
the
Kristen, Charles gave Danny, your cousin, the book with St. Paul's picture.
The book is English 8.
After prayerful deliberation, the cardinals selected Jorge Bergoglio new pope of the Catholic Church.
after
Jorge Bergoglio
prayerful
deliberation
new
of
the
Catholic Church
cardinals
selected
pope
subject
predicate
(verb)
direct object
objective compliment
object of a
preposition
linking
verb
and
it's all around us . . .
subjective
complement
Rules for forming the Plural of Nouns
1. for most nouns, add
S
2. nouns ending
S, X, Z, Ch
&
Sh
, add
ES
3a. nouns ending in
Y preceded by a consonant
,
change
Y
to
i
and add
ES.
3b. nouns ending in
Y preceded by a vowel
, add
S.
4a. most nouns ending in
f
or
fe
, add
S.
4b. some nouns ending in
f
or
fe
,change
f
or
fe
to
VES.
* buzz
es
* circus
es
* crutch
es
* parish
es
* fair
ies
* centur
ies
* variet
ies
* pl
a
y
s
* turk
e
y
s
* g
u
y
s
* motif
s
* giraffe
s
* safe
s
* shel
ves
* li
ves
* hal
ves
* wi
ves
* express being
become,
seem,
remain,
feel
taste,
smell,
appear,
grow,
look,
* any form of the verb be
am,
is,
are,
was,
were,
being
been,
be,
Creedmoor
Elementary
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