Noun

Noun
Irregularnouns
- Irregular nouns are nouns which don’t
follow a spelling pattern when
pluralized.
- Examples
- Child - children
- Mouse - mice
Abstractnouns
- A noun which cannot be identified using one of
the five senses (taste, touch, sight, hearing,
smelling)
- Examples
- Courage
- Stupidity
- Education
Collectivenouns
- A noun which is refers to a group of nouns
- Examples
- Bouquet
- Bunch
- Pile
CommonNouns
- Common nouns are words for people, places or
things that aren’t specific
- Common nouns can be
countable or uncountable.
- Examples
- Paper
- Phone
- Field
Compoundnouns
- Compound nouns are words where two nouns have
been stuck together to make a new noun.
- Examples
- Toothpaste
- Candlesticks
Possessivenouns
- Possessive nouns are nouns which
possess something, normally another
noun
- Examples
- The cat's toy
- Brandon's book
- The boss's house
Concretenouns
- A concrete noun is a noun which can be identified
through one of the five senses (taste, touch, sight,
hearing, smell).
- Examples
- Phone
- Noise
- Rainbow
Propernouns
- Proper nouns are the names of specific people
or places.
- Examples
Caesar
Joey
Adam
Genericnouns
- Generic nouns are nouns which
are part of a generic statement.
- Generic nouns can be singular or plural.
- The opposite of generic nouns is
collective nouns
- Examples
- Cats are animals.
- Civilization has always included cats.
Countable/Uncount...nouns
- Countable
- Countable nouns are nouns which can be
counted, even if the number might be
extraordinarily high
- Examples
- Cat/Cats
- Boy/Boys
- Uncountable
- Uncountable nouns are nouns which come in a
state or quantity which is impossible to count;
- Examples
- Intelligence
- Stupidity
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