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Nouns are for building!

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Stian Melchior

on 25 November 2014

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Nouns are for building!
The longest list
Team 1:
Marvin
Guro
Peter
Jordy
Regular and irregular nouns
Cat is regular, when there are more than one cat, we add -s.

Cat - cats


Foot is irregular, when there are more than one we change the word!

Foot - feet
mouse - mice
child - children
knife - knives
A noun is a person, place, or thing!
Common nouns
Two types of common nouns!
Find the plural!
Use your English dictionary to find the plural of these words!


Singular and plural
Most nouns have a singular AND a plural form:
Cat - cats OR foot - feet
1. If it has
a
,
an
or
the
in front of it, it is a noun.
- A car
- An apple
- The bottle.
2. If it is a person it is a noun.
- Guro visited Thomas.
3. If it is a place it is a noun!
- Eidsdal is long.
4. If it is a thing, you guessed it, it is a noun.
- The door.
- A door.
- The trail-bike.
- A trail-bike.
Proper nouns
Names: Abraham Lincoln

Positions: The President of the United States of America

Places: London, Trafalgar Square

Books/papers: The New York Times
Count nouns

Anything you can count:

car - cars - millions of cars
book - books
orangutan - orangutans
Noncount nouns

Nouns you can not count:

- Chess
- Music
But some do not!
Singular only:
London
Billy
Plural only:
Jeans
Police
Loaf
Thief
Tooth
Woman
Wife
Sheep
Man
Team 2:
Anna K
Thomas
Kjartan

You have 1 minute to write down all the
nouns you can come up with.

The longest list wins.
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