Noun

Noun

* What do you mean by Nouns ?

->Noun is a word that denotes Name of a person, a place or a thing. That is called noun.
 Example :- a) Person ( Living beings ):- Man, Woman, Boy, Girl, Child, Baby, Young man, Young woman, Old man, Old woman, Father, Mother, Brother, Sister, Daughter, Son, Aunt, Uncle, Grandfather, Grand Mother.....etc
Ox, Cow, Calf, Goat, Sheet, Horse, Elephant, Tiger......etc
Tree, Shurb, Bush, Grass, Mosroom....etc
b)Place :- Home/House, Yard, Shop, Market, School, Cuttack, The Ganga, The Mohanadi, The Himalaya, Delhi....etc
C) Things :-Rice, Curry, Dal, Soup, Bread, Table, Chair, Water, Folur, Frock, Ring, Bed, Necklace, Beach...etc

->"Noun" originates from the Latin word nomen, which signifies "name". In this way, we state noun is a naming word.

* Types of Noun

Noun are arranged in different manners and typically these classes diverge from each other. For instance, Countable Nouns appear differently in relation to Uncountable Nouns, Common with Proper.

1) Proper Nouns

A Proper Nouns is the unique word that we use for a person, place or an association. They are constantly Capitalized.
Example:- Ramaya, Bharat, Cielo...etc

2) Common Nouns

A Common Noun Begins with a lowercase letter except if it is toward the start of a sentence. As it alludes to a typical name. This is the name given to each individual or thing of a similar class.
Example :- Girls, Countries, Cars.
a) Mr. Briggs was arrested for theft.
b) The Soldiers marched into the valley.
c) May I have a glass of water.

3) Collective Nouns

Collective Noun is an uncommon word that shows an assortment of basic things. These are name of a gathering considered all in all.
Example:- Herd, Nation, Team, Committee.
a) A menagerie of animals.
b) A band of musicians.
c) A clutch of eggs.
d) A troupe of dancers.
e) A Sack of potatoes.

4) Abstract Nouns

A Abstract Nouns is a thing that you can't detect, it is the name we provide for a feeling or thought. They have no physical presence, you can't see, hear, contact, smell or taste them.
Example :- Democracy, Punishment, Speech, Theft.....etc

5) Concrete Nouns

We Can See , Here, Taste, Touch or Smell these Nouns.
Example :- Water, Silk, Pineapple, Noise.

6) Countable Nouns

These are the names of isolated objects, peoples, ideas...etc., that we tally. We use numbers or an/a with countable things. They have plurals.
Example :-
a) A Dog.
b) A bowl of  soup.
c) A piece of work.
d) A jar of chocolate.
e) A jug of milk.
f) A clap of thunder.
g) A flash of lightning.
h) An Apple.
I) Twenty four Sparrows.
j) A piece of news.

7) Uncountable Nouns

These are the names of materials that cannot be counted as separate objects. They have no plurals. We cannot use a/an or a number of with them.
Example :- Information, Music, Water, Health, Milk, Thunder, Grass, Lightning, Bread, Paper, Cheese, Music, Rain....etc.

8) Singular And Plural Nouns

Noun might be particular alluding to one , or plural, alluding to mutiple.

Most Nouns change their structure by including "s" when they are written in plural.

Singular Nouns 

At the point when a thing implies just one, it is supposed to be particular.
Example :- Boy, Girl, Book, Church, Box.

Plural Nouns 

At the point when a thing implies mutiple, it is supposed to be plural.
Example :- Boys, Girls, Books, Churches, Foot, Tooth, Ox, Man, Woman, Children, Mouse, Goose.

9) Possessive Nouns

Normal and Proper Nouns can now and again be additionally named possessive Nouns. A Possessive Noun Shows proprietorship, having a place

Or on the other hand that something is a piece of something different. They are anything but difficult to track down in a sentence since they generally incorporate a punctuation (').

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