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NOUN Everyone and everything that exists in this world has what it is called or known by; and that automatically is the name of that person or that thing. We can then define a noun as a name given to persons, places, animals, objects, substances, qualities, actions, and measures. CLASSIFICATION OF NOUNS 1. COMMON NOUN: This is a name given to each member of a group of persons or things that share some common characteristics. Examples:car, television, girl, boy, house, man, book, cup, student, home, watch, leg, hand, clothes, cap, goat, pen, chair, bulb, pencil, door, window, fan, marker, charger, keyboard, mouse, etc. 2. PROPER NOUN: This is a word for uniqueness. In order words, a proper noun is a name we give to a common noun to make it different from others in the same group or class. Examples: the name of a school, the name of a textbook, the name of a country, the name of a university. Your name is also a proper noun. NOTE: Every proper noun must start with a capital letter wherever it is found in a sentence. 3. COLLECTIVE NOUN: This is a name given to persons or things when they are in group or in collection. In other words, it is a name for collection of things or persons. Examples > A flight or squadron of aeroplane > A host of angels > A sheaf of arrows or stems > A swarm of bees > A flock of birds > A library of books > A herd of cattle or elephants > A broad of chicks > A set of plates, equipment or tools > A reel or bale of cloth or cotton A troop of dancers > A board of directors > A shoal of fish > A bunch or bouquet of flowers > A tuft of grass > A team of horses or players > A bevy of beautiful ladies > A pride of lions or monkeys > A clutch of eggs > An anthology of poems > A bunting of flags > A flight of stairs 4. CONCRETE NOUN: This is a noun that can be seen or touched. Almost all common nouns are concrete nouns. 5. ABSTRACT NOUN: This is a name for things that cannot be seen or touched, but, most often, can be felt, or are known to exist. Examples: love, faith, fashion, information, news, message, fate, assurance, strength, prowess, correction, discussion, frustration, education, etc. 6. UNCOUNTABLE NOUN:This is the name of objects that cannot be counted, or are thought to be impossible to be separated and counted. It is usually words that are thought of as a quantity or mass. Examples: water, oil, grass, sand, blood, land, jewelry, baggage, luggage, employment, news, work, advice, havoc, traffic, measles, ammunition, evidence, furniture, information, poetry, equipment, etc. Uncountable nouns should not be pluralised. They are used with partitives such as: some, more, much, a lot of, all, a piece of, items of, bits of, etc. They should not be used with a, an, few, these and many. 7. COUNTABLE NOUN: This is a noun that can be separated from one another and can be counted. They have singular and plural form. Examples: Boy - boys Girl - girls Church - churches Chair - chairs Tomato - tomatoes Book - books Radius - radii Knife - knives Thief - thieves Mango - mangoes Country - countries Story - stories