GRAMMAR LESSONS /NOUNS
When we want to talk about something, we use a noun.
There are many different types of nouns, including the proper noun, the common noun, the concrete noun, the abstract noun, the countable noun, the non-countable noun, and the collective noun.
Common nouns are the names of the things we can see, touch, smell, taste and hear.
book, telephone, airplane, teacher, wave, are all examples of common nouns.
Abstract nouns are words used to name ideas, feelings or qualities. An abstract noun is a noun which names anything which we cannot perceive through our five physical senses.
love, hate, kindness, fear, anger, imagination, are all examples of abstract nouns.
There are only two forms of nouns: singular and plural. Book is a singular noun, this means it refers only to one book. If we want to talk about more than one book, we must use a plural noun:
books, telephones, airplanes, teachers, waves
To make a plural noun, we usually add -s to the end of the singular noun.
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