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Noun is a word that can be named. It can be a person, place, animal, thing, birds and animals etc.
Types of nouns:
  1. Proper Noun
  2. Common Noun
  3. Abstract Noun
  4. Concrete Noun
  5. Countable Noun
  6. Non-countable Noun
  7. Collective Noun
  8. Compound Noun

1. Proper Noun
A proper nouns is the name of proper (particular/specific) person, place or thing. It always starts a capital letter
Examples:
  • Ajay - person
  • India - place
2. Common Noun
A common noun is a common word for a class of person, place or thing.
Examples:
  • man - person
  • office - place
  • pen - thing
3. Abstract Noun
An abstract noun is word for emotions/feelings, qualities/virtues which cannot be seen (virtually exists).
Examples:
  • happiness - emotion
  • time - quality
4. Concrete Noun
A concrete noun is a word for the things that can be seen (physically exists). It is opposite to abstract noun.
Examples:
  • pen
  • bottle
5. Countable Noun
A countable noun that can be counted.
Examples:
  • pen (we can say 1 pen, 2 pens, 3 pens like that which can be countable).
  • apple (we can say 1 apple, 2 apples, 3 apples like that which can be countable).
6. Non-countable Noun
A non-countable noun that can not be counted. It is opposite to countable noun.
Examples:
  • water (we can't say as 1 water, 2 water, 3 water like that which can not be countable).
  • sand (we can't say as 1 sand, 2 sand, 3 sand like that which can not be countable).
7. Collective Noun
A collective nouns is a group of people, things etc.
Examples:
  • team - group of people
  • dozen - group of 12 things
8. Compound Noun
A compound noun is a noun that is two or more nouns together.
Examples:
  • son-in-law
  • red-ball
  • green-tea

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