NOUNThe 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 NOUNAnimateNounscorrelativewith thePronouns He,She, and Who.InanimateNouns withIt, andWhich.
ATTRIBUTE NOUN AND COLLECTIVE NOUNAttributeNouns 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 NOUNCount Nounsrefer to thingsthat we cancount.Mass Nounsrefers to thingsthat we cannotcount.
COMPOUND NOUN AND POSSESIVE NOUNCompoundNouns are twonouns puttogether tomake a newnoun.PossessiveNouns indicateownership orcloserelationship.
SINGULAR NOUN AND PLURAL NOUNSingularNouns nameof Person,Place, Thingor Idea.Plural Nounsname morethan onePerson, Place,Thing or Idea.
DENOMINAL NOUNA Noun that is formed fromanother noun;usually byadding a suffix.