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Nouns

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  • 1. NOUNPresented by: JOUD ALI CLASS: 1/2
  • 2. NOUN A word used to name aperson, place, thing, or idea
  • 3. Compound Noun = Two or  seafood grandmother more words   daydream that are  compact disc used to  grand piano make one  police office noun  self-esteem  great-grandparents
  • 4. Collective Noun = Names one  faculty family thing that   herd has many  team parts or  band members  jury
  • 5. Common / Proper Nouns = Common—names any oneof a group of persons,places, or things – Examples—poem, day, city, street
  • 6. Common / Proper Nouns = Proper—name a specific orparticular person, place, orthings – Examples—―The Raven‖, Friday, Booneville, Martin Luther King Drive
  • 7. Concrete Noun = Names a person, place, or thing that can be perceived or experienced with one of the five senses – Examples—hummingbird, music, popcorn, N-Sync, ocean, star, heat, hamburger
  • 8. Abstract Noun = Names a feeling, quality, idea, characteristic, or emotion that is experienced in your mind – Examples = love, joy, freedom, peace, knowledge, pride, faith
  • 9. Tell whether each word names a person, place, thing, or idea. Note: some are not nouns student  person marbles  thing satisfaction  idea enter  not noun entrance  place ugly  not noun often  not noun singer  person
  • 10. Tell whether each word names a person, place, thing, or idea. Note: some are not nouns England  place and  not noun under  not noun liberty  idea roadside  place forgiveness  idea file clerk  person sunflower  thing
  • 11. Tell whether each noun is concrete or abstract. Philadelphia  concrete wisdom  abstract eagle  concrete  concrete First Continental Congress freedom  abstract
  • 12. Tell whether each noun is concrete or abstract. Thomas  concrete Jefferson Declaration of  concrete Independence Potomac River  concrete law  abstract happiness  abstract
  • 13. Identify any collective or compound nouns.My sister-in-law and her familylive on a houseboat on Lake Ontario. sister-in-law Lake Ontario houseboat family
  • 14. Identify any collective or compound nouns.The cast felt great self-respect whenthe audience cheered on and on. self-respect cast audience
  • 15. Excerpts from Elements of Writing,Pupils Edition, Second Course.Copyright 1998 by Holt, Rinehartand Winston. All rights reserved.Reprinted by permission of thepublisher.

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