Types of Noun are:
- Common Noun,
- Proper Noun,
- Countable Noun,
- Uncountable Noun,
- Concrete Noun,
- Abstract Noun,
- Compound Noun,
- Collective Noun.
find the details of Types of noun with examples.
It indicates generic uses like a girl, boy, Dog, Building, Restaurant.
Examples of Common Noun:
A son offers his father to go library with him.
A Teacher asks students for yesterday’s homework.
2. Proper Noun:
It belongs to a particular name of a person thing etc. it starts with a capital letter in any position in the sentence.
Example of Proper Noun:
Mr. John is on Holiday which is why he is not attending calls.
Miss.Sara is an intelligent student in the class.
Mr. Smith and Sara are proper names.
3. Countable Noun:
Countable nouns specify the quantity they carry in a singular or plural form, and can be used with a number or a/an before it.
Example of Countable Noun:
4. Uncountable Noun:
that Noun can not be counted, mass, liquid, emotions, ideas, wind.
example of uncountable Noun:
Wood, Water, Milk.
5. Concrete Noun:
A concrete Noun is such noun that is tangible, like Books, Tree, humans,
6. Abstract Noun:
like, are uncountable, Such as Hatred, Love, Sea, Grief, Dream, and Friendship.
Example of Abstract Noun: He loves the chicks passionately, and Mr. Huzaif feels misery after his Mother died.
7. Compound Noun:
It consists of a couple or more word combinations, most compound nouns in English are formed by nouns modified by different nouns or adjectives.
compound noun usually has a definition that is different from the two words.
Several common compound nouns are formed from phrasal verbs (verb + Adverb + or Adverb + verb)
For instance: Breakdown, Outbreak, Cutback, Drive-in, Drop out, feedback, Flyover, Set-back,
8. Collective Noun:
Collective nouns are those nouns that consist of no. of a thing or a group of people.
Examples of Collective Nouns:
a, A band of men
b, A cast of actors
c, A blush of boys
d, A colony of gulls
e, A can of soda
f, A jar of Honey
g, A team of players.
Example of Collective Noun: A good team ever focuses on winning,