Point out the nouns in the following sentences and state whether they are proper, common, collective or abstract.
1. The mob became violent.
2. Always speak the truth.
3. He bought some apples.
4. We are waiting for his reply.
5. We are in a very difficult situation.
6. The boys are playing in the garden.
7. The jury has announced its verdict.
8. My family lives in India.
9. The soldiers were praised for their bravery.
10. Wisdom is better than riches.
11. John is my neighbor.
12. Alice is a doctor.
1. mob: collective noun
2. truth: abstract noun
3. apples: common noun
4. reply: abstract noun
5. situation: abstract noun
6. boys: common noun, garden: common noun
7. jury: collective noun, verdict: abstract noun
8. family: collective noun, India: proper noun
9. soldiers: common noun, bravery: abstract noun
10. wisdom: abstract noun, riches: abstract noun
11. John: proper noun, neighbor: common noun
12. Alice: proper noun, doctor: common noun