Friday, 27 April 2012


-          A nouns is a word used as a name for a person, place, thing or idea.

1.       Concrete Nouns.
-          Concrete nouns refer to people, places, things or animals.
Eg. Boy, city, key, rabbit.

2.       Abstract Nouns.
-          Abstract nouns refer to qualities, states, actions or events.
Eg: bravery, happiness, laugh, examination.

3.       Common nouns.
-          Common nouns are names of thing and people.
Eg: car, computer, doctor.

4.       Proper nouns.
-          Proper nouns are the names of specific things and people.
Eg: Dr Grey

5.       Countable Nouns.
-          Countable nouns are nouns that can be counted like motorcycles, cars and buildings.
-          We use a or an with singular countable nouns like a bag and an apple.
-          We use determiners like many and a few with plural countable nouns.
Eg: Many tourist and a few teachers.

6.       Uncountable Nouns.
-          Nouns which which cannot be counted, like air and water.
-          We use determiners like much and a little with uncountable nouns.
Eg: Much trouble and a little money.

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