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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. 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. They are ideas and feelings such as intelligence, love, hate, bravery etc. What are common nouns? A common noun is a noun that refers to a person, thing and place.

Examples of common nouns: dog, house, picture, computer. What are proper nouns? A proper nouns is a specific name of a place , a person, or a thing. The first letter of a proper noun is always represented by a capital letter. Proper Nouns in English 1. Brown, Mr. Lee, Mr. Tom Jones 4. Titles of People Dr. Miri Thomas etc. Concrete nouns can be touched, felt, held, something visible, smelt, taste, or be heard.

Concrete nouns are something physical. Concrete nouns can also be a common noun, proper nouns and collective nouns. Countable Concrete Nouns singular -chair, computer, song, window plural - chairs, computers, songs, windows Uncountable Concrete Nouns water, air, oil, sugar, salt, rice, cheese etc. Proper Nouns Mr. There are diffrent types of nouns. All types of nouns follow the same grammar rules. When most people think of nouns, they think of people, places and things but abstract nouns are the opposite.

Examples of abstract nouns: love, hate, violence, culture, taste. How to use pronouns? Pronouns replace the noun. A pronoun can be used as the sentences subject or the object.

Most of the time a pronoun refers to something already mentioned or understood by the listener or reader. What are Personal Pronouns? Personal Pronouns in English are used to replace nouns that refer to people. Personal Pronouns can be used as the sentences subject or objective. Me -Is Mary going to come with me to the doctor.

You - You went to store. You - Did you are Mary eat all the cookies. He - He went to the store. Him - John is going to give him the books soon.

She - She went to the store Her - Mary is going to give her the books soon. We - We went to the store. Us - When is Tom going to give us the books. They - They went to the store.

Them - Mary went to see them this morning. It - It was a good cake It - I am glad it worked out in the end. What are reflexive pronouns? What are Intensive pronouns? What are adverbs?

An adverb is a word or a group of words that are used to help define the action of the verb. Adverbs can also be used to define adjectives, or other adverbs. How to tell if a word is an adverb? A word is an adverb if it answers one of the three questions, when, where or how.

I like to read under the trees in the park. I should exercise carefully. My mother always listens to the radio. Our teacher rarely gives us a lot of worksheets to do. My brother study very hard for all his exams. Our teacher is really good this year. We learned to play the piano quickly. We had a really good teacher. The students and teachers work closely on the project. In most cases adverbs are created by added -ly to the end of an adjective.

Some common adverbs are quietly, quickly, beautifully etc. Spelling rules of adverbs: Adjectives that end in y - change the -i to -y as easy-easily, happy-happily.

What are frequency adverbs? Frequency adverbs are adverbs that state how often something happens or someone does something. What is the grammatical structure frequency adverbs? In geranal requencey adverbs are used just like any other adverb. Below is a chart a frequency adverbs, the numbers after the adverbs will give you an idea of the how often an event would take place.

Frequency adverbs are used in positive sentences and negative sentences. The frequency adverbs are placed after the main verb if the main verb is not the verb "to be. Frequency Adverbs are used in positive sentences and negative sentences. We - often eat meat on Saturday night. My cats - sometimes sleep in their beds. She has never been to China. He has always wanted live in Paris.

They will never use the old computers in the basement. Adverbs of frequency are used in positive sentences. The frequency adverb is placed after the main verb if the main verb is not the verb "to be. Adjectives are used to clarify the subject that is doing the action. How are adjectives used with verbs? There are times when an adjective is placed after the verb. The adjective descrives the subject that is performing the action.

Adjectives are not used to describe the verb. Where did you get your hair cut. When using a adjectives and verb together, the adjectives comes after the verb.

There are times when one adjective is not enough to describe the noun or the subject that is performing the action. When 2 or more adjectives are used together then there is a specific order of the adjectives that is usually followed. Please see multiple adjectives. It is importatnt is understand if an adjective is need or if a adverb is needed. There is an easy way to tell.

Do I need to define the verb of the sentnece or do I need to define the subject that is performing the action. The order of more then 2 adjectives in a sentence. A comma is not placed between an adjective and a noun. The article must agree with the noun grammatically.

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