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  • 1. Nouns
  • 2. Nouns are the first words that children learn.
    It describes a person, place, thing or idea.
  • 3. ProperNouns
    Proper noun are written in capital letters since it represents an specific place.
    For example:
    Germany, Christian, etc.
  • 4. CommonNouns
    A common nouns is a place or thing that is usual, the opposite of proper noun.
    It is only written with capital letters when it starts a sentence.
    For example: moose, winter, telephone, etc.
  • 5. Concrete Nouns
    A concrete nouns is anything able to be identified with the physical senses: touch, sight, taste, hearing, or smell.
    For example:
    Ana The elephant desk
    forest computer
  • 6. AbstractNouns
    Abstract nouns name anything that cannot be distinguished with the physical senses.
    For example:
    Love Hate
    Justice childhood
  • 7. CountableNouns
    Contable nouns name anything that can be counted.
    For example:
    Flowers chairs whiteboards years shirts
  • 8. Non-CountableNouns
    Non-Countable nouns name things that cannot be counted
    For example:
    Oxygen Water
  • 9. CollectiveNouns
    Collective nouns name a group of things, animals or people.
    Collective nouns are similar to non-countable nouns.
    For example:
    Group Jury

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