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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Abstract, Concrete, & Collective Common vs. Proper Singular & Plural Compound Nouns Possessive Nouns
This is the abstract noun in the following sentence: He looked at the pile of money with greed in his eyes.
What is greed?
These are the concrete nouns in the following sentence: When I looked at the new mother, her love for her newborn baby was obvious.
What is mother and baby?
This is the collective noun in the following sentence: No one in the crew was injured during construction.
What is crew?
These are the abstract nouns in the following sentence: The principal asked all of the students to think about the importance of friendship.
What is importance and friendship?
These are the concrete nouns in the following sentence: Her eyes were full of hope as she asked her mom to keep the puppy.
What is eyes, mom, and puppy?
These are the proper nouns in the following sentence: The Gateway Arch soars high about St. Louis, Missouri.
What is Gateway Arch, St. Louis, and Missouri?
These are the common nouns in the following sentence: A competition was held, and the architect Eero Saarinen was chosen to build the landmark.
What is competition, architect, and landmark?
These are the common nouns in the following sentence: His idea was to construct a giant arch like those built in ancient Rome.
What is idea and arch?
This is the proper noun in the following sentence: The two sides of the curving arch rose beside the Mississippi River.
What is Mississippi River?
These are the common nouns in the following sentence: The steel expanded in the sun, and the two sides did not meet at the top.
What is steel, sun, sides, and top?
These are the plural forms of the following words: inch wife cuff
What is inches, wives, and cuffs?
These are the plural forms of the following words: solo potato video
What is solos, potatoes, and videos?
These are the plural forms of the following words: fox party turkey
What is foxes, parties, and turkeys?
These are the plural forms of the following words: tuna ox stimulus
What is tuna, oxen, and stimuli?
These are the plural forms of the following words: sheep bus phenomenon
What is sheep, buses, and phenomena?
These are the compound nouns in the following sentence: One civil rights exhibit celebrates students who participated in a sit-in.
What is civil rights and sit-in?
These are the compound nouns in the following sentence: They quietly demanded their rights at a lunchroom in a department store and were arrested and locked up in the jailhouse.
What are lunchroom, department store, and jailhouse?
These are the compound nouns in the following sentence: Similar displays honor those who fought segregation at public schools, swimming pools, and drinking fountains.
What is public schools, swimming pools, and drinking fountains?
These are the plural forms of the following compound nouns: brother-in-law secretary of state policeman
What is brothers-in-law, secretaries of state, and policemen?
These are the plural forms of the following compound nouns. thirteen-year-old blueberry attorney general
What is thirteen-year-olds, blueberries, and attorney generals?
These are the possessive forms of the following words: children bookshelves Mrs. Jones
What is children’s, bookshelves’, and Mrs. Jones’s?
These are the possessive forms of the following words: Travis speakers women
What is Travis’s, speakers’, and women’s?
These are the possessive forms of the following words: agencies lamp teeth
What is agencies’, lamp’s, and teeth’s?
This is how to form a possessive noun using the following phrase: the feel of the fabric
What is the fabric’s feel?
This is how to form a possessive noun using the following phrase: the frequency of the deliveries
What is the deliveries’ frequency?
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