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English Grammar - Types of Noun

Welcome to take this first step in learning the English grammar, which is essential if you want to learn the language and use it correctly. Traditionally, grammar is often taught in a boring and monotonous manner, which discourages students. However, grammar can be learnt in a fun way. Here are lessons and exercises on nouns, that will help you learn through fun.

What are Nouns?

Nouns are naming words. They are the names of people, places, animals and things. Human qualities, emotions and feelings also are nouns.

Look at the sentences below.

1. I have a pen

There is a noun in this sentence. It is ‘pen’. It is a noun because it is the name of a thing.

2. Our teacher is very good at teaching us.

In this sentence there is a noun. It is ‘teacher’. It is a noun because it is the name of the person who is giving you lessons.

3. We are going to the park.

There is a noun in this sentence. It is ‘park’. It is a noun because it is the name of the place we are going to.

4. That dog is very ferocious.

In this sentence, there is a noun. It is ‘dog’. It is a noun because it is the name of that animal.

5. I was full of happiness to see her.

There is a noun in this sentence. It is ‘happiness’. It is a noun because it is the name of the emotion that I felt.

Now, you have some worksheets to reinforce your knowledge of nouns. Please click your level below, and work on the respective worksheets.

Beginner: Worksheet-1 | Worksheet-2 | Worksheet-3

Intermediate: Worksheet-1 | Worksheet-2

Advanced: Worksheet-1

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