R eminders of some types of NOUNS. A Quick Review. A concrete noun:. Names a person, place, or thing that you can perceive using one of your senses. Concrete nouns: Students Desks Wall Restaurant. Abstract noun:. Names an idea, feeling, a quality, or characteristic. Abstract nouns:
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A Quick Review
Demonstrative and Relative pronouns
Indefinite and Interrogative
Jake imagined himself at the wheel of the car.
Ex: That was Thomas Edison.
Is This the very first light bulb?
Relative: Introduces a subordinate clause.
The car which I drove is old.
My brother, whose phone you heard, is a doctor.
They are used to describe a noun. This, that, these and those.
(yes these are the same words you wrote for demonstrative pronouns BUT now they describe a noun).
Demonstrative pronoun: This is the Australian outback.
Demonstrative adjective: This land is the Australian outback.
Proper Noun Proper Adjective
America an American city
Palm Beach a Palm Beach vacation
New York a New York newspaper