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  • 1. Nouns
  • 2. What are nouns?
    • Nouns are words that names a person, place, things or ideas.
    • The word “noun” come from the Latin “ nomen ” that means name.
  • 3.
    • Just everything that we see, touch, smell, taste, make and even think are nouns.
    • For example:
    • Car, water, pencil, beans, work, capitalism, psychology, phone, light, etc.
  • 4. Two types of nouns Common Names any person, place or thing. Student Pool Pencil
  • 5. Two types of nouns Proper Names a particular person, place or thing. (It begins with capital letter.) Barack Obama Burj al Arab Hotel Sir Francis Drake Statue
  • 6. Classification of nouns There are specific types of nouns
    • Concrete nouns : Names something or someone you can touch, see, hear, smell.
    • Example: Water, book, chicken, music, etc.
    • Abstract nouns : Names something you cannot perceive with your five senses.
    • Example: Hope, kindness, socialism, idea, sadness, etc.
  • 7. There are more kinds of nouns
    • Compound nouns : Are nouns consisting of more than a single word.
    • They are classified in three groups:
    • Hyphenated words – Separated words – Combined words
    Self-rule, thirty-three, man-at-arms, sister-in-law, etc. Coffee table, social security, dining room, etc. Schoolteacher, highschool, bookshelf, landlord, headmaster, etc.
  • 8.
    • Collective nouns : Names a group of people or things.
    • Examples: Family, herd, class, troop, club, etc.
  • 9. Nouns in the sentence
    • In a sentence, the nouns are use as the subject of the sentence.
    The boy plays in the garden. SUBJECT Boy: Common and concrete noun
  • 10. Nouns in the sentence 2. Also, in the sentence, the nouns are use as DIRECT OBJECTS, which are the things that we are talking about. It answers the question what. Thomas loses his wallet . DIRECT OBJECT What does Thomas lose?: His wallet Wallet: Common and concrete noun. Thomas: Proper and concrete noun.
  • 11. To remember
    • A noun is also an “open word”. That means that it accepts the addition of new kind of words. It can be invented thanks to new technologies or borrowed from other languages.
    • For example: Google, sushi, siesta, tubing, etc.
  • 12. Thank You!