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.
Had there not been 'Just two small bags' written after the first sentence, you could have used the word 'experience' to fill the blank. Unfortunately, that's not the case here. You are supposed to choose a word that makes sense when both the sentences put together. From the options, luggage is the only word that fulfills this condition.
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 _______ .
Experience means 'knowledge gained from past events' and it is a very important characteristic that is required to get a job. Thus, it is the best fit for the blank.
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.