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Singular noun (s). A noun is a thing , like a teddy bear. It is singular if there is only one. Write a sentence that contains a singular noun and put (s) after it. I want a teddy bear (s). Plural noun (p). If you have 2 or more things, the noun is plural and usually ends in s .

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singular noun s
Singular noun (s)
  • A noun is a thing, like a teddy bear.
  • It is singular if there is only one.
  • Write a sentence that contains a singular noun and put (s) after it.
  • I want a teddy bear (s).
plural noun p
Plural noun (p)
  • If you have 2 or more things, the noun is plural and usually ends in s.
  • Write a sentence with a plural noun and put (p) after it.
  • I wear braces (p).
possessive noun poss n
Possessive noun (poss n)
  • There is an ownership.
  • Write a sentence that has a possessive noun and put (poss n) after it.
  • Is Rudolph’s (poss n) nose really red?
concrete noun con
Concrete noun (con)
  • Something you see, smell, taste, touch, or hear with your senses.
  • How fast does your sled (con) go?
abstract noun abst
Abstract noun (abst)
  • An idea or feeling, like love, freedom, bravery.
  • His pride (abst) was hurt.
proper noun prop
Proper Noun (prop)

The name of a person, place, or thing.

Starts with a capital letter.

  • Are you going back to the North Pole (prop).
common noun com
Common noun (com)
  • A person, place, or thing in general.
  • A thing that does not have to start with a capital letter.
  • I like shiny wheels (com).
personal pronoun per
Personal pronoun (per)
  • He, she, it, I, me, you, we, they, us, them
  • It (per) has a ribbon.
possessive pronoun poss p
Possessive pronoun (poss p)
  • My, mine, your, his, hers, its, their, our
  • Our (poss p) house is on the left.
reflexive pronoun ref
Reflexive pronoun (ref)
  • Myself, yourself, himself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves
  • The same person or thing is involved.
  • Give yourself (ref) something nice.
intensive pronoun ints p
Intensive pronoun (ints p)
  • Myself, yourself, himself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves
  • Adds emphasis.
  • I wrote it myself (ints p).
interrogative pronoun intrr p
Interrogative pronoun (intrr p)
  • who, whom, whose, what, and which.
  • Whoever, whatever, whichever.
  • Creates a question.
  • Who (intrr p) will help you?
relative pronoun rel p
Relative pronoun (rel p)
  • who what which that
  • Whoever whatever whichever whose
  • Starts a relative clause.
  • Is Rudolph the reindeer who (rel p) leads the way?
linking verb link
Linking verb (link)
  • am, is, are, was, were, will be
  • Rudolph is (link) my favorite reindeer.
transitive verb trns v
Transitive verb (trns v)
  • The words after the verb answer the question what or who.
  • Reindeers pull (trns v) the sled.
intransitive verb intrs v
Intransitive verb (intrs v)
  • The words after the verb do not answer the question what or who.
  • Your sled flies (intrs v) far.