Types of Nouns:Common &Proper NounsProject LA Activity
Common NounsCommon Nouns are any person,place, or thing. Common nounsare not capitalized.The cityA policemanThat newspaper
Proper NounsCommon Nouns are the name ofa special person, place, or thing.Proper nouns are capitalized.DallasOfficer Walke...
Tell if the underlined noun iscommon or proper. Click the nounto check your answer.Mary visited the schoollast Friday.Next...
Common NounIt is not capitalized andnames any person, place, orthing.
Proper NounIt is capitalized and names aspecial person, place, orthing.
Tell if the underlined noun iscommon or proper. Click the nounto check your answer.The President rode in alimousine.Next S...
Common NounIt is not capitalized andnames any person, place, orthing.
Proper NounIt is capitalized and names aspecial person, place, orthing.
Tell if the underlined noun iscommon or proper. Click the nounto check your answer.The elephants andmonkeys were at theSan...
Common NounIt is not capitalized andnames any person, place, orthing.
Proper NounIt is capitalized and names aspecial person, place, orthing.
Tell if the underlined noun iscommon or proper. Click the nounto check your answer.All of Amy’s paper ismissing from herno...
Common NounIt is not capitalized andnames any person, place, orthing.
Proper NounIt is capitalized and names aspecial person, place, orthing.
Write this sentence correctly.Remember to capitalize propernouns.My parents joinedgrover church lastsunday.
Write this sentence correctly.Remember to capitalize propernouns.My parents joinedGGrover CChurch lastSSunday.
Write this sentence correctly.Remember to capitalize propernouns.Uncle rob used tolive in orlando,florida.
Write this sentence correctly.Remember to capitalize propernouns.Uncle RRob used tolive in OOrlando,FFlorida.
Write this sentence correctly.Remember to capitalize propernouns.We heard thegovenor’s speechon television injanuary.
Write this sentence correctly.Remember to capitalize propernouns.We heard theGGovenor’s speechon television inJJanuary.
Write this sentence correctly.Remember to capitalize propernouns.Both randal and suevisited marineworld.
Write this sentence correctly.Remember to capitalize propernouns.Both RRandal andSSue visited MMarineWWorld.
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  1. 1. Types of Nouns:Common &Proper NounsProject LA Activity
  2. 2. Common NounsCommon Nouns are any person,place, or thing. Common nounsare not capitalized.The cityA policemanThat newspaper
  3. 3. Proper NounsCommon Nouns are the name ofa special person, place, or thing.Proper nouns are capitalized.DallasOfficer WalkerNew York Times
  4. 4. Tell if the underlined noun iscommon or proper. Click the nounto check your answer.Mary visited the schoollast Friday.Next Sentence
  5. 5. Common NounIt is not capitalized andnames any person, place, orthing.
  6. 6. Proper NounIt is capitalized and names aspecial person, place, orthing.
  7. 7. Tell if the underlined noun iscommon or proper. Click the nounto check your answer.The President rode in alimousine.Next Sentence
  8. 8. Common NounIt is not capitalized andnames any person, place, orthing.
  9. 9. Proper NounIt is capitalized and names aspecial person, place, orthing.
  10. 10. Tell if the underlined noun iscommon or proper. Click the nounto check your answer.The elephants andmonkeys were at theSan Francisco Zoo.NextSentence
  11. 11. Common NounIt is not capitalized andnames any person, place, orthing.
  12. 12. Proper NounIt is capitalized and names aspecial person, place, orthing.
  13. 13. Tell if the underlined noun iscommon or proper. Click the nounto check your answer.All of Amy’s paper ismissing from hernotebook.NextSentence
  14. 14. Common NounIt is not capitalized andnames any person, place, orthing.
  15. 15. Proper NounIt is capitalized and names aspecial person, place, orthing.
  16. 16. Write this sentence correctly.Remember to capitalize propernouns.My parents joinedgrover church lastsunday.
  17. 17. Write this sentence correctly.Remember to capitalize propernouns.My parents joinedGGrover CChurch lastSSunday.
  18. 18. Write this sentence correctly.Remember to capitalize propernouns.Uncle rob used tolive in orlando,florida.
  19. 19. Write this sentence correctly.Remember to capitalize propernouns.Uncle RRob used tolive in OOrlando,FFlorida.
  20. 20. Write this sentence correctly.Remember to capitalize propernouns.We heard thegovenor’s speechon television injanuary.
  21. 21. Write this sentence correctly.Remember to capitalize propernouns.We heard theGGovenor’s speechon television inJJanuary.
  22. 22. Write this sentence correctly.Remember to capitalize propernouns.Both randal and suevisited marineworld.
  23. 23. Write this sentence correctly.Remember to capitalize propernouns.Both RRandal andSSue visited MMarineWWorld.
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