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Nouns

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Proper Noun
names a specific person, place, thing, activity, or idea and is always capitalized
example: From the beginning, Mom worried.
Common Noun
names a non-specific person, place, thing, activity, or idea and is not capitalized
example: From the beginning, moms worried.
Concrete Noun
names a physical object that can be experienced with the five senses
examples: dog, tree, movie, soccer, universe
Abstract Noun
names a concept, quality, or condition that cannot be experienced with the five senses
examples: dreams, freedom, happiness
Collective Noun
refers to a group composed of members
examples: herd, flock, class.
Compound Noun
made up of two or more words joined together
example: doorknob, lifesaver, homework
Singular
ONE person, place, thing, activity, or idea
examples: cat, store, person
Plural
MORE THAN ONE person, place, thing, activity, or idea.
examples: cats, stores, people