A) Fill in the blanks with the correct forms of the given nouns for the following exercise. Use each noun only one time.
I don't have much ____________ . Just two small bags.
A noun that names a group of people, animals or things are called _______noun.
A collective noun is a word that refers to a set or group of people, animals or things.
Collective Nouns are sometimes called Group Nouns.
Collective nouns are often followed by OF + PLURAL NOUN
e.g. a bunch of flowers, a flock of seagulls, a set of tools.
________noun have no physical existence. They refer to emotions, idea or concepts.
A noun denoting an idea, quality, or state rather than a concrete object, e.g. truth, danger, happiness is known as Abstract noun.
We have no ________, not even a bed or a table.
Select the answer choice that identifies the noun in the sentence.
The Trojans' rash decision, to accept the wooden horse, led to their destruction.
Destruction is a noun. Their (A) is a plural possessive pronoun modifying destruction. Led (B) and accept (C) are verbs.
Carla's English is very bad. She must make ________.
George is unemployed. He's looking for a ________ .
The crowd was on the main street. (Which word is a collective noun?)
A count noun that denotes a group of individuals (e.g. assembly, family, crew ). Here it is crowd.
I don't think Ann will get the job. She hasn't got enough _______ .
DIRECTIONS: Select the answer choice that identifies the noun in the sentence.
To seize a foreign embassy and its inhabitants is flagrant disregard for diplomatic neutrality.
Neutrality is a noun. Seize (A) is a verb. Its (B) is a possessive pronoun modifying the noun inhabitants. Flagrant (C) is an adjective modifying the noun disregard.