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  • 1. INTEGRANTES: PALOMA GALVEZ MURGUIA DANIELA GUILLEN SOTO DALIA LEIJA MILDRED LUNA ORTEGA MARGARITA MERIDA CRISTINA PARRA
  • 2.
    • 1. A COMMON NOUN NAMES A PERSON, PLACE OR THING
    BOY SCHOOL BOOK
  • 3.
    • 2. A PROPER NOUN NAMES A PARTICULAR OR SPECIFIC PERSON, PLACE OR THING
    Sam United Day School Gone With the Wind
  • 4.
    • 3. ALL PROPER NOUNS MUST BE CAPITALIZED
    • Proper nouns include names of people, cities, states, countries, continents, language, months, days of the week, title with a name, schools, universities, streets, mountains, parks, lakes, pet´s name, title of book, poems, movies, plays, music, periods and events in history, etc.
  • 5. PLURAL OF NOUNS (1)
    • RULE 1
    • MOST NOUNS IN ENGLISH FROM THE PLURAL BY ADDING S TO THE SINGULAR FORM
    BOOK BOOK S
  • 6. RULE 2: Nouns ending in: s, sh, ch,x or z add es to form the plural. EXAMPLE: Box boxes Dish dishes Church churchs
  • 7. RULE 3: Some nouns have irregular plurals. One or more letters are changed. EXAMPLES: Man- m e n foot-feet Ox- ox en child- child ren Goose- g ee se woman- wom e n Tooth- t ee th
  • 8. RULE 4: Some nuons do not have plurals. EXAMPLES: Furniture, housework, homework, hair, information, advice, money.
  • 9. RULE 5: Some nouns do not have a singular form. EXAMPLES: Scissors, pants, jeans, eyeglasses, clothes, shorts, pijamas, diabestes, physics.
  • 10. PLURAL OF NOUNS (2)
    • Rule 1:
    • Nouns ending in y form their plural in two ways:
    • a. If a vowel precedes the y, add s.
    • Examples:
    • Key-keys
    • Toy- toys
  • 11.
    • b. If a consonant precedes the y, change the y to
    • I and add es.
    • Examples:
    • Lady- lad ies
    • City-cit ies
    • Rule 2:
    • Nouns ending in f or fe usually form their plural
    • By changing the ending to ves.
    • Examples : wife-wi ves leaf-lea ves calf-cal ves
  • 12.
    • Rule 3:
    • Nouns ending in o is preceded by a consonant,
    • Form their plurals by adding es.
    • Examples:
    • Hero- hero es
    • Mosquito- mosquito es
  • 13. POSSESSIVE NOUNS Possessive Nouns Show ownership. An apostrophe denotes the ownership: DO NOT CONFUSE possession (ownership) with apostrophes used in contractions. APOSTROPHES are used to show possession, contractions, and RARELY plurals. Do not use them with the names of buildings, objects, or pieces of furniture. Iris Paloma Gálvez Murguía
  • 14. POSSESSIVE NOUNS EXAMPLES POSSESSIONS: THE DOG´S COLLAR IS READ (THE COLLAR OF THE DOG = DOG´S COLLAR.) SHE GAVE MARY´S JACKET TO THE TEACHER. (THE JACKET OF MARY = MARY´S JACKET.) Iris Paloma Gálvez Murguía
  • 15. POSSESSIVE NOUNS EXAMPLES CONTRACTIONS SHE´S LATE AGAIN. (SHE IS LATE AGAIN) I´M SO HAPPY .(I AM SO HAPPY) EXAMPLES PLURALS THERE ARE FOUR I´S IN MISSISSIPPI THERE ARE FIVE 10´S IN FIFTY Iris Paloma Gálvez Murguía
  • 16. NUESTRO EQUIPO LES AGRADECE SU ATENCION Iris Paloma Gálvez Murguía