NOUNS<br />Whatis a Noun?<br />A nounis the part of speech that names a person, place, thing or idea.<br />Nounthat names ...
Nouns<br />Can be<br />PROPER<br />COMMON<br />and<br />CONCRETE<br />ABSTRACT<br />COLLECTIVE<br />COMPOUND<br />
PROPER NOUNS<br /><ul><li>Namesa specific person place or thing.
Are capitalized. </li></ul>  1. On November 2006, Miss Gunguvisited England.<br />EXAMPLE<br />2.  The Tower Bridge over t...
CommonNouns<br />Names any of a class of people,<br />places or things.<br />  1.  The  lady took many pictures of a bridg...
Concrete Nouns<br />Names things that we can<br />SEE<br />SMELL<br />TOUCH<br />CONCRETE <br />NOUNS<br />Music<br />HEAR...
ABSTRACT NOUNS<br />Names something you can not perceive through<br />the five senses: see, touch, taste, hear, smell.<br ...
COLLECTIVE NOUNS<br />Names a group of people or things acting as a unit<br />Troop<br />Army<br />Crew<br />Audience<br /...
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What is a noun

  1. 1. NOUNS<br />Whatis a Noun?<br />A nounis the part of speech that names a person, place, thing or idea.<br />Nounthat names a person or place are easy to identify.<br />
  2. 2. Nouns<br />Can be<br />PROPER<br />COMMON<br />and<br />CONCRETE<br />ABSTRACT<br />COLLECTIVE<br />COMPOUND<br />
  3. 3. PROPER NOUNS<br /><ul><li>Namesa specific person place or thing.
  4. 4. Are capitalized. </li></ul> 1. On November 2006, Miss Gunguvisited England.<br />EXAMPLE<br />2. The Tower Bridge over the Thames Riverhas<br /> become an iconic symbol of London.<br />Proper nounsis the opposite of a common noun.<br />
  5. 5. CommonNouns<br />Names any of a class of people,<br />places or things.<br /> 1. The lady took many pictures of a bridge.<br />EXAMPLE<br /> 2. The bridge consists of two towerswhich are<br /> tied together at the upper level. <br />Any nouncan be categorized as either common or proper.<br />
  6. 6. Concrete Nouns<br />Names things that we can<br />SEE<br />SMELL<br />TOUCH<br />CONCRETE <br />NOUNS<br />Music<br />HEAR<br />TASTE<br />Person<br />
  7. 7. ABSTRACT NOUNS<br />Names something you can not perceive through<br />the five senses: see, touch, taste, hear, smell.<br />Independence<br />Love<br />Loyalty<br />Hope<br />Intelligence<br />
  8. 8. COLLECTIVE NOUNS<br />Names a group of people or things acting as a unit<br />Troop<br />Army<br />Crew<br />Audience<br />Faculty<br />Class<br />Legislature<br />Looks Singular but its meaning may be Singular or Plural<br />
  9. 9. COMPOUND NOUNS<br />Made up of two or more words acting<br /> as single unit<br />Can be<br />

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