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LANGUAGE Nouns Proper Nouns Singular and Plural Nouns
NOUNS Look around you. What do you see? A book? A chair? Everything you see is a noun.
A noun names a person, place or thing. Look for the nouns in the following sentences.
A boy from Florida brought his rabbit to school in a cage. The rabbit got out of the cage.
The boy ran after his rabbit. It hopped down the hall and into the cafeteria. It ate the salad.
All of the blue words are nouns. Nouns name people, places and things.
Can you find the nouns in the following sentences?
STOP 1. My sister likes frogs. 2. The sandwich is on the table. 3. The lamp burned my finger.
4. The children played jump rope on the playground. 5. Sarah saw paintings and art at the museum.
PROPER NOUNS Daytona Beach, Florida George Washington Fido These nouns name a certain place, a certain person, or a certain thing.
We call nouns that name specific people, places, or things: PROPER NOUNS.
All Proper Nouns must start with a capital letter. Your name starts with a capital letter. Your name is a Proper Noun.
STOP Can you fix the proper nouns. Remember to capitalize it!
STOP president smith will leave washington, d.c. in january.
A noun can name one thing, or it can name more than one thing. Another name for just one of something is singular.
All of these are singular nouns. car pencil pig book cup computer
Another name for more than one thing is plural. Plural nouns name more than one person, place, or thing.
All of these are plural nouns. cars pencils pigs books cups computers
All you do to make most nouns plural is add the letter s to the end of the word.
But some nouns already end in s, or ss. They need an es at the end to make them plural. bus = buses dress = dresses
STOP Make these words plural. recess pass mess
For nouns that end in ch, sh, or x, you also have to add es to make them plural. lunch = lunches
STOP Make these nouns plural. wish fox bunch
There are some nouns that you dont use s or es, instead you spell the word a new way, like this: foot = feet
STOP Make these nouns plural. tooth child woman man
Remember: Nouns name people, places and things.
Plural Nouns Plural nouns show more than one person, place or thing.
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Plural Nouns Remember: Common nouns name any person, place, thing, or idea. ie My sister Mary ate all of the cookies. My sister Mary ate all of the cookies.
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