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Nouns. People Places Things Ideas. Functions of Nouns. Nouns are things, very useful things. Without nouns, we couldn’t write a shopping list , or order a pizza without anchovies , or tell someone to watch out for that snake . . Nouns are people. Brad Pitt Santa Claus Lawyer

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Nouns

Nouns

People

Places

Things

Ideas


Functions of nouns

Functions of Nouns

Nouns are things, very useful things.

Without nouns, we couldn’t write a shopping list, or order a pizza without anchovies, or tell someone to watch out for that snake.


Nouns are people

Nouns are people.

  • Brad Pitt

  • Santa Claus

  • Lawyer

  • Pilot

  • Tax collector

  • Moron


Nouns are places

Nouns are places.

  • Chicago

  • Disney World

  • Yosemite National Park

  • Mars

  • Joe’s Diner


Nouns are things

Nouns are things.

  • Spoon

  • Computer

  • Cookie

  • Moose

  • Ocean

  • Kumquat


Nouns are ideas

Nouns are ideas.

  • Love

  • Honesty

  • Consideration

  • Patience

  • Indignation

  • Solitude


Let s practice

Let’s practice!

  • Click on the noun in the sentence below.

  • Those are mykeys.


Nouns

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Correct

Correct!

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Click on the noun

Click on the noun.

  • Nobody except my cat understands me.


Nouns

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Right

Right!

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Click on the noun1

Click on the noun.

  • Let’s go to Las Vegas tomorrow.


Nouns

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Good job

Good job!

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Click on the noun2

Click on the noun.

  • Anthony’slove for music is deep.


Not quite

Not quite!

  • Remember, a noun can be an idea or concept.

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Nouns

Yes!

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Click on the noun3

Click on the noun.

  • Ineed to go for a long, relaxingwalk.


Nouns

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Nouns

Good!

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Click on the noun4

Click on the noun.

  • Jeremy’ssister is actually quite shy.


Nouns

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You ve got it

You’ve got it!

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Click on the noun5

Click on the noun.

  • He said that he was moving to Crestviewsoon.


Not quite1

Not quite!

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Right1

Right!

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Click on the noun6

Click on the noun.

  • Wouldyoulight the candles for me?


Not quite2

Not quite!

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Nouns

Yes!

  • Click here for the final sentence.


Click on the noun7

Click on the noun.

  • Margo’ssingingtalentimpressed us all.


Nouns

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You ve got it1

You’ve got it!

  • You have completed the lesson on identifying nouns.


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