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Unit 3 Review. Nouns. A noun…. person. place. Names a __________, __________, or __________. thing. Identifying Nouns. Which sentence has a noun underlined? Many people in Greenville grow roses. They come in many different colors. These pink roses smell sweet.

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Unit 3 review

Unit 3 Review

Nouns


A noun

A noun…

person

place

  • Names a __________, __________, or __________.

thing


Identifying nouns

Identifying Nouns

  • Which sentence has a noun underlined?

    • Many people in Greenville grow roses.

    • They come in many different colors.

    • These pink roses smell sweet.

    • Someday I will grow roses.


Identifying nouns1

Identifying Nouns

  • Which sentence has a noun underlined?

    2.

    • Tom can play the piano.

    • Sherry plays the flute.

    • They will play a song for us.

    • They have practiced hard for a week.


Identifying nouns2

Identifying Nouns

  • Which sentence has a noun underlined?

    3.

    • The children were looking at snowflakes.

    • A snowflake is a drop of frozen water.

    • All snowflakes have six sides.

    • No two snowflakes are alike.


Common and proper nouns

Common and Proper Nouns

  • Which underlined noun in the sentence is a common noun?

    Grandma took Carlos and me to a parade on the Fourth of July.

    • Grandma

    • Carlos

    • parade

    • Fourth of July


Common and proper nouns1

Common and Proper Nouns

  • Which underlined noun in the sentence is a proper noun?

    The month of February usually has the most snow and ice.

    • month

    • February

    • snow

    • ice


Common and proper nouns2

Common and Proper Nouns

  • Which underlined noun in the sentence is a common noun?

    Adam bought skates at Trent’s Sports Shop last Saturday.

    • Adam

    • skates

    • Trent’s Sports Shop

    • Saturday


Capitalizing proper nouns

Capitalizing Proper Nouns

  • Choose the sentence in which all proper nouns are capitalized.

    • Sally’s birthday was last thursday.

    • Her gift from aunt Jane was a pair of skates.

    • Sally can’t wait until December.

    • The stone Ridge Pond will be frozen.


Capitalizing proper nouns1

Capitalizing Proper Nouns

  • Choose the sentence in which all proper nouns are capitalized.

    • Now his home is in boston.

    • George moved from Alabama to massachusetts.

    • He lives near the Charles river.

    • On Saturday he visted the Bunker Hill Monument.


Capitalizing proper nouns2

Capitalizing Proper Nouns

  • Choose the sentence in which all proper nouns are capitalized.

    • Canada is in North america.

    • Many people from the United States visit canada.

    • The capital city of Canada is Ottawa.

    • Great Bear lake is in canada.


Identifying singular and plural nouns

Identifying Singular and Plural Nouns

  • Which noun is singular?

    • faces

    • bus

    • ducks

    • days


Identifying singular and plural nouns1

Identifying Singular and Plural Nouns

  • Which noun is plural?

    • book

    • arm

    • box

    • desks


Identifying singular and plural nouns2

Identifying Singular and Plural Nouns

  • Which noun is singular?

    • apples

    • shirt

    • pages

    • glasses


Forming plural nouns

Forming Plural Nouns

  • Choose the pair of nouns in which the plural form is spelled correctly.

    • dress – dresses

    • patch – patchs

    • hook – hookes

    • ring –ringes


Forming plural nouns1

Forming Plural Nouns

  • Choose the pair of nouns in which the plural form is spelled correctly.

    • way – wayes

    • key – keyes

    • gift – giftes

    • box – boxes


Forming plural nouns2

Forming Plural Nouns

  • Choose the pair of nouns in which the plural form is spelled correctly.

    • fox – foxes

    • rose – rosees

    • girl – girles

    • book - books


Using plural nouns correctly

Using Plural Nouns Correctly

  • In which sentence should the word fires be used?

    • The campers made a _______ at the end of the day.

    • There were many forest _______ last summer.

    • We saw the campers sitting around a _______.

    • This _______ was keeping them warm.


Using plural nouns correctly1

Using Plural Nouns Correctly

  • In which sentence should the word wishes be used?

    • Some people think a _______ can come true.

    • My _______ is for a visit from my grandfather.

    • I read a story about a man who had three _______.

    • Sue remembers a _______ she made last year.


Using plural nouns correctly2

Using Plural Nouns Correctly

  • In which sentence should the word letters be used?

    • Abby is writing a _______ to her cousin.

    • I got two _______ in the mail.

    • Oliver’s _______ was about his vacation.

    • That _______ is from my grandmother.


Nouns ending with y

Nouns ending with y

  • Choose the pair in which the plural form is spelled correctly.

    • puppy – puppys

    • family – families

    • berry – berryes

    • day - dayes


Nouns ending with y1

Nouns ending with y

  • Choose the pair in which the plural form is spelled correctly.

    • city – cities

    • donkey – donkeies

    • sky – skyes

    • lady - ladys


Nouns ending with y2

Nouns ending with y

  • Choose the pair in which the plural form is spelled correctly.

    • ray – rayes

    • baby – babys

    • valley – valleyes

    • country - countries


More plural nouns

More Plural Nouns

  • Choose the correct plural form of the underlined singular noun.

  • deer

    • deers

    • deer

    • deeres

    • deerses


More plural nouns1

More Plural Nouns

  • Choose the correct plural form of the underlined singular noun.

  • woman

    • women

    • womans

    • womens

    • woman


More plural nouns2

More Plural Nouns

  • Choose the correct plural form of the underlined singular noun.

  • moose

    • mooses

    • meese

    • moose

    • meeses


Special nouns

Special Nouns

  • In which sentence is the underlined noun plural?

    • That deer is just a baby.

    • Several children were absent.

    • The ox was huge.

    • One sheep was lost.


Special nouns1

Special Nouns

  • In which sentence is the underlined noun singular?

    • The oxen were pulling a cart.

    • Several moose were drinking from the lake.

    • Did you see the white mouse?

    • There are three feet in a yard.


Special nouns2

Special Nouns

  • In which sentence is the underlined noun plural?

    • Two men lifted the heavy box.

    • That goose was in the barn.

    • A child answered the telephone.

    • The woman in the blue dress is a pilot.


Singular possessive nouns

Singular Possessive Nouns

  • Choose the word that belongs in the sentence.

  • The __________ new bicycle is bright red.

    • girl’s

    • girls

    • girl’

    • girl


Singular possessive nouns1

Singular Possessive Nouns

  • Choose the word that belongs in the sentence.

  • Brad likes his __________ stories.

    • uncle’

    • uncle’s

    • uncle

    • uncles


Singular possessive nouns2

Singular Possessive Nouns

  • Choose the word that belongs in the sentence.

  • Lee printed the __________ name on its cage.

    • hamster

    • hamster’s

    • hamster’

    • hamsters


Plural possessive nouns

Plural Possessive Nouns

  • Choose the words that can be used correctly in place of the underlined words in the sentence.

  • Debbie checked the stalls of the horses.

    • horses’ stalls

    • horse’s stalls

    • horses stalls

    • horses’s stalls


Plural possessive nouns1

Plural Possessive Nouns

  • Choose the words that can be used correctly in place of the underlined words in the sentence.

  • The coats belonging to the men are hanging there.

    • men’ coats

    • mens coats

    • mens’s coats

    • men’s coats


Plural possessive nouns2

Plural Possessive Nouns

  • Choose the words that can be used correctly in place of the underlined words in the sentence.

  • The tails of the moose were short and furry.

    • mooses’ tails

    • mooses’s tails

    • moose’s tails

    • meese’s tails


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