Nouns are the first words that children learn. It describes a person, place, thing or idea.
ProperNouns Proper noun are written in capital letters since it represents an specific place. For example: Germany, Christian, etc.
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.
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
AbstractNouns Abstract nouns name anything that cannot be distinguished with the physical senses. For example: Love Hate Justice childhood
CountableNouns Contable nouns name anything that can be counted. For example: Flowers chairs whiteboards years shirts
Non-CountableNouns Non-Countable nouns name things that cannot be counted For example: Oxygen Water
CollectiveNouns Collective nouns name a group of things, animals or people. Collective nouns are similar to non-countable nouns. For example: Group Jury