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Identify The Noun And The Verb

Write whether the highlighted words are used as nouns or verbs in the following sentences. If you have difficulty doing this exercise, you may visit the following study pages. How to identify a noun? How...

Common Errors In The Use Of Nouns

In this lesson, we will learn about the common mistakes in the use of nouns. Wrong: We have decided to buy some furnitures. Right: We have decided to buy some furniture. Wrong: Have you received any informations?...

What Are Nouns?

Nouns are most often the names of people, places or things. Personal names (e.g. John and Alice) and place-names (e.g. Mumbai and Chennai) are called proper nouns; they are usually used without articles. Nouns can be divided...

How To Identify Nouns

Nouns are the names of people, things or places. A word is probably a noun, if you can count it. Nouns can also be used with numbers. For example, consider the word books. Can we count...

Nouns

There are numerous words in English. These words are divided into eight classes on the basis of their grammatical behaviour. The eight parts of speech are: noun, adjective, adverb, pronoun, preposition, conjunction, verb and interjection. Nouns A noun is...

Kinds Of Nouns Worksheet For Class 5

Underline the nouns in the following sentences and state whether they are proper, common, collective or abstract. 1. The jury has announced its verdict. 2. My family live in different parts of Kerala. 3....

Countable And Uncountable Nouns

Countable nouns are the names of separate objects, people, ideas etc., which can be counted. Examples are: apple, child, pen, book, trees, rivers etc. A countable noun can have a plural form. It can...

Collective Noun

A noun which denotes a collection of individual persons or objects is called a collective noun. Examples are: crowd, mob, team, flock, herd, army, fleet, jury, nation, family, committee, government etc. In British English,...

Abstract Noun

An abstract noun denotes something which is not physical and cannot be touched, such as pleasure, happiness, beauty, kindness, honesty, anger and idea. Sometimes the term is extended to include nouns denoting events and...