Nouns Worksheet for Classes 4 and 5

This grammar worksheet is designed for students of classes 4 and 5. It tests their ability to identify common nouns, proper nouns and collective nouns.

In the following sentencesĀ underline the common nouns, proper nouns and collective nouns.

Class 4 Grammar Worksheets

1. We saw a shoal of fish swimming in the lake.

2. My brother plays the piano very well.

3. There are lots of roses in the garden.

4. The child was crying for candies.

5. She put her bag on the table.

6. Ganga is a holy river.

7. India is the seventh largest country in the world.

8. I heard an interesting story yesterday.

9. I have invited Rahul and Raveena to my party.

10. A herd of cattle blocked the road.

11. The travelers were attacked by a herd of elephants.

12. Do not disturb that hive of bees.

13. My cat has just had a litter of kittens.

14. A flight of stairs led to the balcony.

15. My father is an architect.

16. The audience clapped their hands.

17. The police used force to disperse the crowd.

18. Our team will win the championship.

19. Raju bought a bunch of bananas to the class yesterday.

20. The government has banned smoking in public places.

Answers

1. We saw a shoal of fish (collective noun) swimming in the lake (common noun).

2. My brother (common noun) plays the piano (common noun) very well.

3. There are lots of roses (common noun) in the garden (common noun).

4. The child (common noun) was crying for candies (common noun).

5. She put her bag (common noun) on the table (common noun).

6. Ganga (proper noun) is a holy river (common noun).

7. India (proper noun) is the seventh largest country (common noun) in the world (common noun).

8. I heard an interesting story (common noun) yesterday.

9. I have invited Rahul (proper noun) and Raveena (proper noun) to my party (common noun).

10. A herd of cattle (collective noun) blocked the road (common noun).

11. The travelers (common noun) were attacked by a herd of elephants (collective noun).

12. Do not disturb that hive of bees (collective noun).

13. My cat (common noun) has just had a litter of kittens (collective noun).

14. A flight of stairs (collective noun) led to the balcony (common noun).

15. My father (common noun) is an architect (common noun).

16. The audience (collective noun) clapped their hands (common noun).

17. The police (collective noun) used force to disperse the crowd (collective noun).

18. Our team (collective noun) will win the championship (common noun).

19. Raju (proper noun) bought a bunch of bananas (collective nouns) to the class (common noun) yesterday.

20. The government (collective noun) has banned smoking in public places (common noun).

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