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NOUNS. A NOUN IS…. A word that names a person, place, thing, or idea. EXAMPLES. In 6 th Grade, we will be studying several different types of nouns: ~ Abstract – Concrete Nouns ~ Proper – Common Nouns ~ Plurals Nouns ~ Possessive Nouns. Concrete & Abstract Nouns.

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a noun is
A NOUN IS…

A word that names a person, place, thing, or idea.

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In 6th Grade, we will be studying several different types of nouns:~ Abstract – Concrete Nouns~ Proper – Common Nouns~ Plurals Nouns~ Possessive Nouns

concrete abstract nouns

Concrete & Abstract Nouns

Concrete – Names something that can be seen or touched

Abstract – Names an idea, quality, or state of mind. These are nouns that you can not see or touch

all nouns are either common or proper
All nouns are either common or proper.

Common Nouns – a general name for a person, place, thing, or idea.

Proper Nouns – a particular name for a person, place, thing, or idea.

rule 1 to make most nouns plural just add s
RULE #1To make most nouns plural, just add -s
  • Examples:

cake---------- cakes

planet--------- planets

phone--------- phones

rule 2
RULE # 2

When the singular noun ends in s, sh, ch, x, or z, add -es.

Examples:

  • Bus --------------- Buses
  • Fox --------------- Foxes
  • Ash --------------- Ashes
  • Couch ---------- Couches
rule 3
RULE #3

When the singular noun ends in o, add -s.

Examples:

studios radios stereos

**Exceptions- For the following nouns ending in o, add –es:

echoes heroes tomatoes potatoes

rule 4
RULE #4

When the singular noun ends in y with a consonant before it, change the y to i and add -es.

Examples:

fly ------------- flies

penny -------- pennies

candy -------- candies

rule 5
RULE #5

For most nouns ending in f or fe, add -s. For some nouns ending in f or fe, however, change the f to v and add -es or -s.

Examples:

belief – beliefs loaf - loaves

chief – chiefs calf - calves

roof – roofs knife - knives

rule 6
RULE #6

Some nouns are the same when they are both singular and plural.

deer

trout

sheep

moose

salmon

rule 7
RULE #7

Some nouns form their plurals in special ways.

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Examples:

Here is Ava’s iPod.

Who owns the iPod? Ava

Please get the workers’ paychecks.

Who owns the paychecks? Workers’

more examples
More Examples…

1) Tyra’s laughter was infectious.

2) The class’s reports are almost finished.

  • The puppy carried Mya’storn Ugg in his mouth. ↓

adjective

rule 1
RULE #1

To make singular nouns show possession, add an apostrophe and an s.

Examples:

Singular Noun Possessive Noun

mechanic mechanic’s

Liam Liam’s

teacher teacher’s

rule 21
RULE # 2

To make a plural noun that ends in s show possession, simply add an apostrophe after the s.

Examples:

Plural Noun Possessive Noun

workers workers’

nurses nurses’

teams teams’

rule 31
RULE #3

To make a plural noun that does not end in sshow possession, add an apostrophe and an s.

Examples:

Plural Noun Possessive Noun

men men’s

children children’s

women women’s

just a little side note
Just a little side-note…

** Apostrophes have two uses:

To replace missing letters or words.

Example - can’t = can not

To show possession.

Example - I like Brenda’s pocket book.