A BIT OF GRAMMAR
Here is a reminder of what we are learning in our new "MEGA ENGLISH" book. (Click in each title to learn more about the different kind of nouns)
What is a noun?
The definition of a noun is a word that is used to define a person, animal or living object, place, thing or quality.
There are many different kinds of nouns in English.
Common Nouns - general nouns such as cat, bowl, hand, tree clock etc.
Countable Nouns - nouns that can be counted, such as car-cars, child-children etc.
Uncountable Nouns - nouns that can’t be counted, such as water, fire, air etc.
Collective Nouns - nouns that refer to a group of things or people such as family, police, worker’s union etc.
Proper Nouns - nouns that refer to a specific name of a person, corporation, company, product, such as IBM, Microsoft, Mr. David Green, Dr. Mary Jones.
Concrete Nouns - a noun that is a physical object, something that can be touched, seen, such as an animal, window, table, computer etc.
Abstract Nouns - is a noun is not a physical object, it can’t be touched physically. They are ideas and feelings such as intelligence, love, hate, bravery etc.