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Types of Nouns (Grade 8)

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Types of Nouns

1. 
A noun that refers to material things, to people, or to places. Example: pony.
  1. Proper Noun
  2. Common Noun
  3. Concrete Noun
  4. Abstract Noun
2. 
A noun that names a general class of person, place, thing or idea. Example: horse show.
  1. Proper Noun
  2. Common Noun
  3. Concrete Noun
  4. Abstract Noun
3. 
A                                is singular in form but names a group of persons, animals, or things.
  1. proper noun
  2. indefinite noun
  3. collective noun
  4. definite noun
4. 
What is a noun?
  1. A person, place, thing, or an idea
  2. A word that shows action
  3. A word that describes a person, place, thing, or idea
5. 
A noun that names a particular person, place, thing or idea. It is always capitalized. Example: Statue of Liberty.
  1. Proper Noun
  2. Common Noun
  3. Concrete Noun
  4. Abstract Noun
6. 
A noun that names ideas, feelings, or qualities. Example: sorrow.
  1. Proper Noun
  2. Common Noun
  3. Concrete Noun
  4. Abstract Noun
7. 
Select the letter of the choice that best identifies the noun in ALL CAPS.

Henry II, King of England (1133-1189), was the GRANDSON of William the conqueror.
  1. proper
  2. concrete
  3. abstract
  4. collective
8. 
Select the letter of the choice that best identifies the noun in ALL CAPS.

As the wife of Henry II, ELEANOR OF AQUITAINE reigned as queen from 1154 to 1189.
  1. proper
  2. concrete
  3. abstract
  4. collective
9. 
Give 3 examples of a concrete noun. (material things, people, or places)



10. 
Dog, bike, car, town. What type of nouns are these?
  1. Common
  2. Proper
  3. Collective
  4. Abstract

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