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NOUNS. Singular / Plural Common / Proper Concrete / Abstract. Nouns Overview. A NOUN is a person, a place, a thing, or an idea. Nouns are classified as: Singular or Plural Common or Proper Concrete or Abstract. Singular Nouns. A SINGULAR noun is a

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Nouns

NOUNS

Singular / Plural

Common / Proper

Concrete / Abstract


Nouns overview

Nouns Overview

A NOUN is a person, a place, a thing, or an idea.

Nouns are classified as:

  • Singular or Plural

  • Common or Proper

  • Concrete or Abstract


Singular nouns

Singular Nouns

A SINGULAR noun is a

SINGLE (one) person, place,

thing, or idea.

- His aunt is ill.

- The library is open.

- Our team lost.

- All hope is lost.


Plural nouns

Plural Nouns

PLURAL nouns are

MULTIPLE (more than one)

people, places, things, or

ideas.

- Our teachers left.

- The states are united.

- The kittens slept there.

- Our freedoms help us.


Singular plural review

Singular & Plural Review

Write the noun in each sentence.

Classify each as SINGULAR (S) or

PLURAL (P).

  • A leaf drifted silently down.

  • My older sister is so silly.

  • I desperately need new shoes.

  • The four children were lost.

  • These blue pants are too short.


Common nouns

Common Nouns

A COMMON noun names a

COMMON (not specific)

person, place, thing, or

idea.

- A girl leaped over a log.

- The school is closed.

- A blue truck sped away.

- I live in a state.


Proper nouns

Proper Nouns

A PROPER noun names a

SPECIFIC person, place,

thing, or idea. A PROPER

noun is ALWAYS capitalized.

- Susie leaped over a log.

- A blue Ford sped away.

- Council is closed.

- I live in Alabama.


Common proper review

Common & Proper Review

Write the noun in each sentence.

Classify each as COMMON (C) or

PROPER (P).

6. Our tomato soup was cold.

7. I’m going skating with Jennifer.

8. We need more Germ-X.

9. Let’s go to Six Flags today.

10. My felt pen won’t work.


Concrete nouns

Concrete Nouns

  • A CONCRETE noun is a noun that can be observed with some or all of the 5 senses.

    - It can be: seen, heard,

    smelled, tasted, and/or felt.

    - It is an object that can be

    held in your hand or

    touched with your finger.


Abstract nouns

Abstract Nouns

  • An ABSTRACT noun is a noun that cannot be observed with any of the 5 senses, and it cannot be held or touched.

  • Any noun that is NOT concrete

    is abstract!


Concrete abstract review

Concrete & Abstract Review

Write the noun in each sentence.

Classify each as CONCRETE (C) or

ABSTRACT (A).

11. Jim’s hat was blue and gold.

12. My new MP3 player is lost.

13. We can feel the excitement.

14. Her wish might come true.

15. The stapler broke today.


Noun review

Noun Review

Determine whether each noun is:

- Singular (S) or Plural (Pl),

- Common (Cm) or Proper (Pr),

- Concrete (Cn) or Abstract (A)

16. imagination 17. bridges

18. fears 19. dream

20. Whopper 21. confidence

  • respect 23. computers

    24. attitudes 25. Raiders


Noun review1

Noun Review

Write a sentence that includes…

26. … a plural common noun.

27. … a singular proper noun.

28. … a singular concrete noun and

a singular abstract noun.

29. … a plural concrete noun and a

singular common noun.

30. … two abstract nouns.


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