NOUN : a word which names a person, a place or
Ex : book, table, john, jane, hospital ,garden
Types of noun
1.common noun : name of a common or a non specific
thing, place, or a person.
Ex : month, pen, car
2. Proper noun : name of particular or a specific
thing,place or person.
Ex : june, new york, BMW car
OUR SELVES OURS
I saw her in the market yesterday
She is a student. Her name is jane
They wear uniform on Monday. Their uniform is new.
The umbrella is mine
ADJECTIVES are words that describe or modify
another person or thing in the sentence
KINDS OF ADJECTIVE
1. POSSESIVE ADJECTIVE
2. DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVE
3. INTERROGATIVE ADJECTIVE
4. INDEFINITE ADJECTIVE
The demonstrative adjectives ( "this," "these,"
"that," "those," and "what“) are identical to the
demonstrative pronouns, but are used as adjectives to
modify nouns or noun phrases.
When the librarian tripped over that cord, she
dropped a pile of books.
An interrogative adjective ("which" or "what") is like
an interrogative pronoun, except that it modifies a
noun or noun phrase rather than standing on its own.
Which plants should be watered twice a week?
An indefinite adjective is similar to an indefinite
pronoun, except that it modifies a noun, pronoun, or
-Many people believe that corporations are undertaxed.
-I will send you any mail that arrives after you have
moved to Sudbury.