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Marilou Aquino
Common    noun isuse in naming notspecific person,place and things.
Since these nouns arenot naming anythingspecific, they do notneed to start withcapital letters unlessthey begin a sentence.
mall   boy schoolbuilding   tree flower  book
Proper  noun isuse in naming aspecific person,place and things.
Since  these nouns are naming specific things, they begin with capital letters.Sometimes, they contain two or more impor...
Mega Mall           Jayson     Araullo University     Academic Building        Ilang-ilang            RoseGrammar and Tran...
Every proper noun has a common noun equivalent, but not every common noun has a proper noun equivalent!For example, dust...
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Common noun and proper noun

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Common noun and proper noun

  1. 1. Marilou Aquino
  2. 2. Common noun isuse in naming notspecific person,place and things.
  3. 3. Since these nouns arenot naming anythingspecific, they do notneed to start withcapital letters unlessthey begin a sentence.
  4. 4. mall boy schoolbuilding tree flower book
  5. 5. Proper noun isuse in naming aspecific person,place and things.
  6. 6. Since these nouns are naming specific things, they begin with capital letters.Sometimes, they contain two or more important words.
  7. 7. Mega Mall Jayson Araullo University Academic Building Ilang-ilang RoseGrammar and Translation Book
  8. 8. Every proper noun has a common noun equivalent, but not every common noun has a proper noun equivalent!For example, dust is only a common noun. There is no specific kind of dust, so its just common.

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