Common noun definition:
A common noun is a name given to something that is common to people, places, things, even animals, etc. Common nouns do not belong to any particular person, place, or thing; they are just common names. Common nouns such as man, woman, doctor, town, etc., are always written in lower case instead of upper case. Only make it capitalized when a sentence starts with it or appears in the title, or else.
A common noun is a noun that convinces a set of objects or a concept as opposed to a particular individual. whenever in common noun addition of -s that will consider being a plural form like boy added “S” now Boys, boxes, buses.
Nouns ending in -y change -y into -i+ -es to plural.
Nouns ending in -f-fe change into -ve + s — plural.
Life — lives, Wolf —Wolfes ( but: belief — beliefs, chef —chefs)
Some are irregular Nouns.
Brands and government titles can not be considered common nouns.
Common noun examples:
- Sunny got a master’s degree.
- Venice is one of the best cities in the world.
- Toyota makes very luxurious cars.
- Mount Everest is one of the highest mountains.
- The girls are dancing.
- Jupiter is the largest planet in the system.
- The seat is flashing.
- Ibrahim is reading an autograph album.
- My favorite pets are dogs, cats, and Rabbits
- Her father said that he would speak to her about her common behavior.
- She sat next to a pile of grass stems.
- The room was small but still large.
- When she went outside, she saw her mother walk along the path.
- She looked out into the field at the river that flowed.
- It was the longest road trip ever.
- She stayed in a common area of the building, to talk to someone.