. Nouns In English Grammar .


What Is A Noun?


[su_dropcap style=”flat”]T[/su_dropcap]he word:  “Noun” — is a grammatical term which is most-commonly referred to as one of the, “Parts of Speech” in English Grammar.  However — the less-commonly used term“Word-Classes” — is actually far-more appropriate.  This is because “Speech” is only one way of using a language.  A great deal of it (like this blog post) is in the “Written” form.
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[su_dropcap style=”flat”]S[/su_dropcap]o — the grammatical term:  “Noun” — is one of the nine different Word-Classes that represents Words which are used to indicate a:  Person, Place, Thing, EventIdea, or Animal…  (all of which are can also be classified generally as “things”.)
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[su_dropcap style=”flat”]H[/su_dropcap]owever — despite the fact that all of the “things” that Nouns represent, are just different types of “Things” — it would be wrong to say that:  “Nouns are things”.  Instead — the WORD “Noun” is the grammatical term for anything which can be referred to as a “Thing”.


 

[su_dropcap style=”flat”]T[/su_dropcap]here are also many different classifications of Nouns:

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    • Proper & Common Nouns
    • Countable & Un-Countable Nouns
    • Collective Nouns
    • Concrete & Abstract Nouns
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[su_dropcap style=”flat”]B[/su_dropcap]esides these, there are also:
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    • Noun Phrases
    • Pronouns
    • Adjectives as Nouns
    • Verbs as Noun

[su_dropcap style=”flat”]T[/su_dropcap]hese different classifications of Nouns will be covered in future posts.  For now, let’s see some examples of Nouns as described in their most basic forms.


Noun Examples


Person:


Nouns are Words which can name a Person/Individual/Entity – either a unique individual or an abstract person or group.


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Place:


Nouns are Words that can name a Place – either a specific place, or a type of place.


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Thing:


Nouns are Words that can name a Thing – either tangible (something “physical” that you can touch or hold in your hand) or intangible (something that is not “physical” but still exists.)


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Event:


Nouns are Words which can name an Event – either a specific event, or something more abstract.


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Idea:


Nouns are words that can name an Idea (concept, emotion, feeling.)  This can be anything from a dream to a subject that you might study in school.


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Animal:


Nouns are words that can name an Animal.  This can either a specific animal or the name of a group


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[su_dropcap style=”flat”]I[/su_dropcap]f you have any questions or comments, please leave them below.  All comments (if they are respectful and beneficial) are welcomed and appreciated.


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