Basics of English Grammar Nouns part 2

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1. proper noun -> are those nouns which expressed

Ram is playing.

common noun -> are those noun which represents a class,
chair,cat,dog

Basics of English Grammar Nouns part 2

Basics of English Grammar Nouns part 2

In our first chapter we read about the nouns and its kinds. In this chapter we will read the parts of nouns with details and examples. so let's start

As discussed earlier Nouns are of five kinds
1. proper noun -> are those nouns which expressed a subject particularly or direct subject.
means name of a person, place or thing. It always starts with capital letter
like Ram, Mohan, Delhi, India, America, The tower of London

Ram is playing.
here Ram is designated as proper noun

Delhi is the capital of India
here Delhi is designated as proper noun

2. common noun -> are those noun which represents a class,
chair,cat,dog,horse,elephant,table,

chairs are for sitting in this room.
here chairs are designated as common noun

cat is a pet animal
here cat is designated as common noun

3. Collective noun -> are those nouns which represents group, sub groups,
species, students, team , regiment, jury

Regiment of Rajput always ahead in Indian army.
here regiment is collective noun.

teams are divided in two groups.
here team is a collective.

4. Material Noun -> are those nouns which only represents material, things
sugar, milk, grains, water

there is no sugar in the container.
here sugar is material noun

The milk has a good taste with bournvita.
here milk is material noun

5. Abstract Noun -> are those nouns which represents ideas, quality, feelings, emotions, joy
means things which you cannot see or touch.

rich, sad, weak, health, wealth, intelligent, evolution, furniture

evolution of species was discovered by charles darwin.
here evolution is an abstract noun.

intelligent persons always achieve their goals.
here intelligent is an abstract noun

more extractions about nouns will coming in next chapter 3.

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author avatar Md Rezaul Karim
26th Jul 2015 (#)

Ok, understood..

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