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This lovely list of nouns gives examples of all types of nouns: abstract, concrete,
collective, common, proper, uncountable, countable... and more!
All of the underlined words in the sample sentences above are nouns. Now that
you already know the answer to the question, “What is a noun?” it's time to ...
The simple definition is: a person, place or thing. Here are some examples:
person: man, woman, teacher, John, Mary; place: home, office, town, countryside,
You can learn how Nouns are used to describe the names we give to everything
... For example - Actor (male) - Actress (female), but people nowadays refer to ...
A noun is traditionally defined as the part of speech (or word class) that names or
identifies a person, place, thing, quality, or activity.
Vocabulary words for 126 most common nouns. Includes studying games and
tools such as flashcards.
Regular nouns Most singular nouns form the plural by adding -s. ... Examples ... A
singular noun ending in s, x, z, ch, sh makes the plural by adding-es.
Compound nouns often have a meaning that is different, or more specific, than
the ... Examples. a 'greenhouse = place where we grow plants (compound noun)
It's important to distinguish between countable and uncountable nouns in English
... Examples. tea; sugar; water; air; rice; knowledge; beauty; anger; fear; love ...