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  • NOUNThe part of speech that is usedto name or identify aPerson, Place, Thing,and Quality.
  • COMMON NOUN AND PROPER NOUN Common NounsindicateOrdinary thingsof no particularemphasis. Proper Nounsname a specificPerson, Group,Event, Thing, orPlace.
  • ABSTRACT NOUN AND CONCRETE NOUN Abstract Nounsare things whichcannot beexperiencedwith the senses,they are ideasand concepts. Concrete Nounsare things thatcan beexperienced withthe five senses:you see them,hear them, smellthem, taste themand feel them.
  • ANIMATE NOUN AND INANIMATE NOUNAnimateNounscorrelativewith thePronouns He,She, and Who.InanimateNouns withIt, andWhich.
  • ATTRIBUTE NOUN AND COLLECTIVE NOUNAttributeNouns aquality orcharacteristicof a Person orThing. Collective Nounsrefer to a group ofthings that istreated as a singleentity. The groupconsists ofindividualmembers, but thegroup is seen asone whole unit.
  • COUNT NOUN AND MASS NOUNCount Nounsrefer to thingsthat we cancount.Mass Nounsrefers to thingsthat we cannotcount.
  • COMPOUND NOUN AND POSSESIVE NOUNCompoundNouns are twonouns puttogether tomake a newnoun.PossessiveNouns indicateownership orcloserelationship.
  • SINGULAR NOUN AND PLURAL NOUNSingularNouns nameof Person,Place, Thingor Idea.Plural Nounsname morethan onePerson, Place,Thing or Idea.
  • DENOMINAL NOUNA Noun that is formed fromanother noun;usually byadding a suffix.