Nouns

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Here you have a little description of what nouns are and the basic types of nouns

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nouns? what's that?

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“A noun is the name of a person, animal, place or thing."

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Common nouns

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Proper nouns

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collective nouns flock shoal herd

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abstract nouns An abstract noun is something you can't see, hear, touch or taste. These can be emotions (happiness, grief) or states (peace, quiet) for example.

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quiz common proper collective abstract?

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countable or uncountable?

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Countable nouns are individual objects, people, places, etc. which can be counted. A countable noun can be both singular - a friend, a house, etc. - or plural - a few apples, lots of trees, etc.

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Uncountable nouns are always singular. Use the singular form of the verb with uncountable nouns: information, water, understanding, wood, cheese, etc That is very useful information There is some cold water in the fridge

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accommodationadvicebaggagebreadequipmentfurnituregarbageinformationknowledgeluggagemoneynewspastaprogressresearchtravelwork Some uncountable nouns in English are countable in other languages. This can be confusing! Here is a list of some of the most common, easy to confuse uncountable nouns.

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accommodation - a place to stayadvice - a piece of advice baggage - a piece of baggagebread - a slice of bread, a loaf of breadequipment - a piece of equipmentfurniture - a piece of furnituregarbage - a piece of garbageinformation - a piece of information

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knowledge - a factluggage - a piece of luggage, a bag, a suitcasemoney - a note, a coinnews - a piece of newspasta - a plate of pasta, a serving of pastaresearch - a piece of research, a research projecttravel - a journey, a tripwork - a job, a position

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water - a glass of waterequipment - a piece of equipmentcheese - a slice of cheese

QUIZ : 

QUIZ C OR U or both?

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the house, a house or houses? What did you say???? : 

the house, a house or houses? What did you say????