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We are beginning the 3rd quarter focusing on grammar. We will introduce other topics as the quarter progress.
Grammar is the study of the way words are used to make sentences. Our class will focus on the eight part of speech.
NOUN: A noun is a person, place, thing, or idea. We will be learning and dissecting ten different types of nouns.
The 10 noun types we will be interacting with include the following list:
1. Common Nouns
2. Proper Nouns
3. Material Nouns
4. Compound Nouns
6. Abstract Nouns
7. Concrete Nouns
8. Collective Nouns
9. Uncountable Nouns
COMMON NOUNS : A noun that is not specific towards objects and living things.
Sentence: My school did not want to get air conditioning for each classroom.
PROPER NOUNS: A noun that is referring to a specific thing.
Sentence: West Middle school provided air conditioning to each classroom.
MATERIAL NOUNS: A noun that is a type of solid, liquid, etc.
Sentence: My clothes are made out of leather.
COMPOUND NOUNS: A compound noun is a noun that is made up of two or more words.
Sentence: I saw a rainbow near my house.
PRONOUNS: They refer to something owned by the speaker or by someone or something previously mentioned.
Sentence: She did not want to go to the park with her friends.
ABSTRACT NOUNS: A noun denoting an idea, quality, or state rather than a concrete object.
Sentence: He fell in love with another student.
CONCRETE NOUNS: A Noun that is a name of an object, living things, etc.
Sentence: The computer was full of dust.
COLLECTIVE NOUNS: A noun that can be used when there are more than one or two.
Sentence: I saw an army of eagles.
COUNTABLE NOUNS: A noun that could actually be counted.
sentence: I plucked three hairs off of my eyebrow.
UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS: A noun that could not be counted.
Sentence: There are like seven billion hairs on my head.
Be sure to include an image or images for each different type of noun.
Write a sentence for each different type of noun.
Highlight the noun you used in each sentence.