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Nouns - 2nd -3rd grade
Transcript of Nouns - 2nd -3rd grade
proper. A common noun names any person, place, or thing. George Washington Mother Theresa Santa Claus A proper noun names a special or particular person, place or thing.
Proper nouns begin with capital letters. baby policeman football player street city amusement park bell book statue Main Street Houston Disneyland Liberty Bell Bible Statue of Liberty Nouns can be either singular or plural. A singular noun names only one person, place , or thing.
Singular means only one. Singular comes from the word single. Plural nouns name more than one person,
place or thing. Most plural nouns end with the letter "s." Add "s" to most singular nouns to make them plural cat cats Nouns ending in s, sh, ch, or x need an -es to make them plural. dress dresses dish church dishes churches box boxes girl
ball Some nouns ending with a consonant and y.
Change the y to i and add -es to form the plural. baby babies fly flies Some plural nouns have special spellings. children child mouse mice tooth teeth Nouns name persons, places, and things.
Common nouns name any person, place, or thing.
Common nouns usually begin with a lower case letter.
Proper nouns name a particular person, place , or thing and start with capital letters. Nouns can be singular or plural.
Singular nouns name one person, place, or thing.
Plural nouns name more than one person, place, or thing. Most plural nouns are formed by adding "s" to the singular noun.
Nouns ending in s, sh, ch, or x, form the plural by adding -es to the end of the noun.
For nouns ending in a "y" preceded by a consonant, change the y to i and add -es to form the plural.
Some nouns have different spellings for the plural form. (man - men, goose - geese) Now you know almost everything about nouns!