2 Written questions
2 Multiple choice questions
- A substantive noun is a noun which cannot agree with another in meaning, but stands by itself in speech, as: mensa, manus or rex.
- An adjective noun is a noun which must agree with a substantive noun (either expressed or understood) to have meaning; or, a noun which cannot stand by itself in speech, as: bonus, sanctus (holy) or magnus (great).
1 True/False question
How many kinds of substantive nouns are there? → Two. First, a Proper Substantive Noun, which signifies a certain or determinate thing, as: Romulus, Roma or Caesar. Second, a Common Substantive Noun, which signifies more than one thing, as: rex signifies any king, or urbs any city, or liber any book.