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Examples of common nouns


Nouns that name common (non personal) objects. Cow, house, cat are common nouns. Peter and Paul are personal nouns.Common nouns are not capitalized.

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Is capital a common or proper noun is comic strip a common or proper noun


A proper noun is the name of a specific thing, person, place.
woman is a common noun, Adriana is a proper noun.
both capital and comic strip are common nouns. Paris and Garfield are proper nouns

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Can you give me examples of abstact nouns


Abstract nouns are things that cannot be experienced with the five senses.Things such as: Compassion, courage, intelligence, and laughter.Good examples are listed : http://examples.yourdictionary.com/examples-of-abstract-nouns.html

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Examples of common nouns


The noun 'language' is a common noun.
Other examples are '******', 'car', 'tent', 'rifle', 'gun', 'building' and 'edifice'.
for definitions and further examples see
http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/commonnoun.htm
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What is a proper noun


"A proper noun is a noun that in its primary application refers to a unique entity, such as London, Jupiter, Sarah, or Microsoft, as distinguished from a common noun, which usually refers to a class of entities (city, planet, person, corporation), or non-unique instances of a certain class (a city, another planet, these persons, our corporation)...." [see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proper_noun]

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a noun that is used to denote a particular person, place, or thing, as Lincoln, Sarah, Pittsburgh, and Carnegie Hall. [see http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/proper+noun ]

A proper noun usually is a thing that has a name, as opposed to just an example of that type of thing. For example The Earth [capital E] is different from the earth [little e]. The former refers refers to a unique planet, while latter refers to the soil or ground [anywhere]

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Examples of proper noun


proper nouns refer to the names of people, countries,places etc.whenever you are writing a proper noun you must always start with a capital letter.examples are as follows; Michael,George,Ghana,China...........hope you got your answer

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What is a possessive noun


A noun you add an 's to. Example: the boy's ball, the teacher's pet, etc.... In these 2 example, boy's and teacher's are possessive nouns.

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What are the special nouns?


Special nouns are abstract nouns like names of qualities,emotions or ideas which can only be experienced and not physically seen,touched etc
example bravery,honesty,integrity etc

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What are the 8 kinds of noun?


Kinds of Nouns:
  1. Abstract
  2. Collective
  3. Common
  4. Concrete
  5. Countable
  6. Mass
  7. Material
  8. Plural
  9. Pronoun
  10. Proper
  11. Singular
  12. Uncountable
Classifications of Types of Nouns
Proper Noun: This is used to denote a particular person, place or a thing.
Examples: English is a global language.

Common Noun : This is used to refer to a class.
Examples: The cat loves comfort.

Collective Nouns: This is used to refer to a group or a collection of things.
Examples: I saw a herd of sheep nearby.

Concrete nouns: You can experience this group of nouns with your five senses. These nouns can all be touched, smelt, tasted or seen.
Examples: The cute rabbit hops around.

Countable Nouns: To linguists, these count nouns can occur in both single and plural forms, can be modified by numerals, and can co-occur with quantificational determiners like many, most, more, several, etc.
Examples: There were so many bikes on sale.

Material Nouns : This is used to tell the substance by which the things are made.
Examples: The chair is made of bamboo.

Pronouns: These nouns can take the place of a noun when referring to people places or things. In English the personal pronouns are I, you, he, she, it and they. Depending on their function within a sentence these nouns can take on their possessive forms or their objective case.
Examples: Suzy will let her hair grow longer. possessive personal
He jumped on the bed. singular personal

Abstract Noun: It is used to indicate the quality possessed by a person or thing.
Examples: I appreciate your sincerity.

Uncountable Nouns: These nouns cannot be counted they are often referred to as mass nouns. These nouns cannot be used in a plural form.
Examples: The pool was full of water. The uncountable noun in this sentence is water.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_kinds_of_nouns#ixzz1VNQPNpIZ

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Give examples of noun derivative


noun derivative - a verb that becomes a noun by adding a suffix.

You sometimes come across words which have been derived from their roots by adding certain structures like prefixes and suffixes.


You sometimes come across words which have been derived from their roots by adding certain structures like prefixes and suffixes.
In your earlier years of schooling, you must have been done with exercises and development activities on the use of prefixes
A prefix- is a group of letters added before a word or base to alter its meaning and form a new word. In contrast, a suffix is a group of letters added after a word or base.
5 Example of prefixes:
Prefixes MEANING EXAMPLES
ana- up, back, again analogy, anatomy, anagram
anti- against antipathy, antiwar, antisocial
apo- from, away from apology, apologize
com- with, together communal, community
con- with, together connect, confide conspire
there are so many example of this. i hope it helps. remember that an adjective derivative is a noun, verb and adjective that becomes an adjective by means of adding affixes.
In this lesson, you will deal with deriving words through the use of suffixes.
A suffix added to the end of a root word.
5 Example of suffixes:
Suffixes Meaning Example
-ics things having to do with optics, physics
-ism the belief in pacifism, terrorism, socialism, communism
-logy study field of biology, geology, etymology, cardiology
-or, -er one who takes part in doctor, actor, teacher, driver
-sis act, state, condition of analysis
We have, for example, a verb that becomes a noun by adding a suffix.
This is called a noun derivative
A noun that becomes an adjective by adding a suffix is called an adjective derivative
Example of Adjective Derivative:
subject- subjective
addict- addictive
react- reactive
success- successive
care- careless
ugly- ugliness
hope- hopeless
steel- steely
accept- acceptable
obey - obedient
there are so many example of this. i hope it helps. remember that an adjective derivative is a noun, verb and adjective that becomes an adjective by means of adding affixes.
These are but few ways by which we can identify how words are derived.

Jun 13, 2011 | Macromedia Computers & Internet

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