nouns that are always capitalized, because it is naming a specific thing
nouns that are in singular form mean 1 thing. They are never capitalized , because they are just typical names
nouns that at first look like verbs and mostly end in "-ing" It is a noun, because it is the subject in the sentence
a phrase that always start with "to" and then is followed by the noun
nouns that in singular form represent a group of something, but you can make it plural.
nouns that are singular, but represent a group of things and can NOT be made plural. They can also be ideas.
Determiners/noun markers. Show up in front of nouns a lot of the time.