English Grammar is such an interesting subject to learn that knowing at least some basics always more than handy. We’re in a World to help each other in anyway to learn and proceed towards educating others. Education requires no age criteria as anyone can learn anything purposefully and at any age.
English Grammar Nouns
Nouns can be ‘Proper’, Common, Countable, Uncountable, Abstract, Concrete, Collective and Material.
Proper Nouns relate to names of particular persons, places or objects. When you name a person by John then John will be Proper Noun relating to a person. With regard to places you should consider London as Proper Noun. Objects can be anything like Taj Mahal as a Proper Noun.
Common Noun refers to general names of similar groups such as people, animals, things, etc.
Countable Nouns can be counted as flock of 40 sheep, pencils, thoughts etc.
Uncountable Nouns cannot be counted like water, love or tragedy.
Abstract Nouns refer to emotions, actions, feelings etc.
We’ve five senses and they’re our hearing, seeing, thinking, feeling, and smelling. When any of our five senses experience anything. And that anything refers to Concrete Nouns for example drink, pepper etc.
Finally, Collective Nouns and Material Nouns needs to be known. Collective Nouns are a collection like groups of animals while Material Nouns represent things from which other things can be made. For example, Gold, Wood etc.
What is plural? If watch is singular then watches are plural. Often plural relates to things or a group with the use of the word are. Some common nouns have plural forms such as Watches, Bags, Pens or Chairs etc.
Finally, we should know that Common Nouns are countable and Material Nouns are uncountable.
English Grammar is preferred over many other English styles such as UK English, USA English etc. So, it’s better to learn Grammar first.
Let’s learn more English Grammar and in depth as our next topic covers examples of using various Nouns. And then we’ll proceed to Adjectives, Verbs etc.