Noun

ENGLISH

  1. Grammar
  2. Noun
  3. Verb
  4. Adjective
  5. Adverb
  6. Conjunction
  7. Phrase

NOUN

Noun is a word which can function as subject or object of a verb.

  •    Ano           needs        some pencils
  • Subject    predicate         object

Countable noun is things that can be counted.

  • Example:  pencil – pencils.

Uncountable noun is things that can not be counted.

  • Example:  milk, coffee, salt, rice, money, etc.

Abstract noun is things that have not physical substance.

  • Example:  education, trust, beauty, health, etc.

Concrete noun is things that have  physical substance.

  • Example:  book, table, etc.

Some is used in positive sentence.

  • Example:  (+)  I have some friends.

Any is used in negative and interogative sentences.

  • Example:
  • (-)  I don’t have any friends.
  • (?)  Do you have any friends?

Task:  Make 3 sentence using abstract noun!

Dictation:

  1. Services are activities that a person or group performs for another person or organisation.
  2. A major goal in functioning of a business company is making a profit.
  3. Scientists estimate that the average human being uses less than one eight of his brain’s capacity.
  4. The rapid economic growth achieved in many countries in Asia has not been without cost.
  5. Business is an increasingly important activity throughout the world today.

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