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Types of Nouns: Common & Proper Nouns. Project LA Activity. Common Nouns . Common Nouns are any person, place, or thing. Common nouns are not capitalized. The city A policeman That newspaper. Proper Nouns .

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common nouns
Common Nouns
  • Common Nouns are any person, place, or thing. Common nouns are not capitalized.
    • The city
    • A policeman
    • That newspaper
proper nouns
Proper Nouns
  • Common Nouns are the name of a special person, place, or thing. Proper nouns are capitalized.
    • Dallas
    • Officer Walker
    • New York Times
tell if the underlined noun is common or proper click the noun to check your answer
Tell if the underlined noun is common or proper. Click the noun to check your answer.
  • Mary visited the school last Friday.

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common noun

Common Noun

It is not capitalized and names any person, place, or thing.

proper noun

Proper Noun

It is capitalized and names a special person, place, or thing.

tell if the underlined noun is common or proper click the noun to check your answer1
Tell if the underlined noun is common or proper. Click the noun to check your answer.
  • The President rode in a limousine.

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common noun1

Common Noun

It is not capitalized and names any person, place, or thing.

proper noun1

Proper Noun

It is capitalized and names a special person, place, or thing.

tell if the underlined noun is common or proper click the noun to check your answer2
Tell if the underlined noun is common or proper. Click the noun to check your answer.
  • The elephants and monkeys were at the San Francisco Zoo.

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common noun2

Common Noun

It is not capitalized and names any person, place, or thing.

proper noun2

Proper Noun

It is capitalized and names a special person, place, or thing.

tell if the underlined noun is common or proper click the noun to check your answer3
Tell if the underlined noun is common or proper. Click the noun to check your answer.
  • All of Amy’s paper is missing from her notebook.

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common noun3

Common Noun

It is not capitalized and names any person, place, or thing.

proper noun3

Proper Noun

It is capitalized and names a special person, place, or thing.

write this sentence correctly remember to capitalize proper nouns
Write this sentence correctly. Remember to capitalize proper nouns.
  • My parents joined grover church last sunday.
write this sentence correctly remember to capitalize proper nouns1
Write this sentence correctly. Remember to capitalize proper nouns.
  • My parents joined Grover Church last Sunday.
write this sentence correctly remember to capitalize proper nouns2
Write this sentence correctly. Remember to capitalize proper nouns.
  • Uncle rob used to live in orlando, florida.
write this sentence correctly remember to capitalize proper nouns3
Write this sentence correctly. Remember to capitalize proper nouns.
  • Uncle Rob used to live in Orlando, Florida.
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Write this sentence correctly. Remember to capitalize proper nouns.
  • We heard the govenor’s speech on television in january.
write this sentence correctly remember to capitalize proper nouns5
Write this sentence correctly. Remember to capitalize proper nouns.
  • We heard the Govenor’s speech on television in January.
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Write this sentence correctly. Remember to capitalize proper nouns.
  • Both randal and sue visited marine world.
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Write this sentence correctly. Remember to capitalize proper nouns.
  • Both Randal and Sue visited Marine World.
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