Nouns Review. Is the following noun abstract or concrete? Happiness. Abstract. Is the following noun collective or compound? Nail polish. C ompound. Is the following noun abstract or concrete? Computer. C oncrete. Is the following noun common or proper? John Adams. Proper.
The pencil belonging to Mark
Please give me a sentence using two proper nouns and one compound noun.
Frank and Edward stopped at the gas station on the way home.
The homework belonging to more than one class
The classes’ homework
Every person has the right to purse freedom, happiness and equality.
Abstract Nouns: freedom, happiness and equality
The boyson the team had great hope that they would win the championship.
My sister is going to visit the city during that month.
Example: Sandra is going to visit Paris during August.
The amusement park will be open during thatholiday; you should take your cousin.
Example: Disneyland will be open during Christmas; you should take Jason.
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Williams’ children
Please give me a sentence with two compound nounsand one abstract noun.
Example: The post office and the shoe store are happy to announce that they are extending their hours of operation.
Please identify the abstract and collective nouns in the following sentence.
The football team at the local high school expressed sorrow and remorse at the loss of their first game.
Abstract nouns: sorrow and remorse
Collective Nouns: football team and high school
My aunt and my cousin are going to that mall on that day because that store is having a sale on dresses.
Example: Aunt Louise and Emily are going to the Manhattan Beach Mall because Macy’s is having a sale on dresses.
That high school is taking the day off for that holiday during this month.
Wilson High Schoolis taking Memorial Day off during May.
Please give me a sentence using two concretenouns and one abstract noun.
Example: Paul felt happiness at winning both the basketball tournament and the essay contest.