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DO YOU KNOW:
WHAT IS A NOUN?
• Noun is a kind of word that is usually
the name of something such as a
person, place, thing, animal and Idea.
1.)He lives in United states of America.
2.)Linda is exercising
3.)I saw a Penguin at the zoo
4.)Take a Chair and sit down.
Make the story more interesting by inserting proper
nouns from the word bank.
A Great Field Trip!
My teacher, _____________________ took the whole class
and headed to ________________. Then, we went skating at
the ________________________. In the afternoon, we visited
the _________________________ and learned about famous
painters like _______________________. After the visit, we
climbed back on the bus and headed back to
_______________________. This was an amazing trip!
Museum of Modern Art,
Brook side Elementary School,
Richmond Park, Picasso
, Sun Valley Ice Rink
Underline the common noun in each sentence below.
Example A- The Yankees are a good baseball team.
Answer- The Yankees are a good baseball team.
1. John has to go to school tomorrow.
2. We are going to the park today.
3. What school do you go to?
4. Let’s go to the movies.
5. Will we meet at the restaurant?
6. I will sleep in my bed.
7. David told me the entire story.
8. I like to play different sports.
9. I live in a small town.
10. The freeway is crowded with cars.
PICK THE CORRECT OPTION AND FILL IN THE BLANKS:
1. The cat has a ……………………. of five kittens.
2. The ………………… of singers sang melodiously.
3. The jungle safari gave us an opportunity to spot a ………………… of lions.
4. The poachers were attacked by a ……………….. of wild elephants.
5. A ………………… of bees forced us to take shelter in the cave.
6. A ……………….. of stairs leads to the terrace.
7. The ……………….. of musicians delivered a magical performance.
8. The children were amused by the ………………. of monkeys in the park.
9. A …………………. of grapes was hanging from the vine.
Pick out the Nouns in the following sentences and say
whether they are Proper, Common, Material, Collective
Raman is a good boy.
One should believe in truth.
A soldier is respected for his bravery.
Ornaments are made of gold and silver.
The case was decided by a bench of judges.
Mumbai is a big city.
The team won the match.
Blindness is the greatest curse.
Wisdom is better than strength.
This table is made of steel.
Tell whether the underlined noun is countable or uncountable.
_ _____________ 1. Would you like some milk with your cereal?
____________ 2. You will need eggs and sugar for this recipe.
____________ 3. Devon asked for more time to finish his test.
____________ 4.Lara’s mom told her to add more flour to the dough before baking the
___________ 5. Our living room has so much furniture, there is nowhere to move.
_____________6. Would you like me to add some more milk to your hot chocolate?
______________7. Malcolm poured syrup on his pancakes.
______________8. I would like another plate of pasta, please.
______________9. Miranda applied some lotion on her dry hands.
_____________ 10. The tub is filled with warm water.
Decide whether these nouns are countable (C) or uncountable (U)
The children are playing in the garden.
I don't like milk.
Scientists say that the environment is threatened by pollution.
My mother uses butter to prepare cakes.
There are a lot of windows in our classroom.
We need some glue to fix this vase.
The waiters in this restaurant are very professional.
My father drinks two big glasses of water every morning.
The bread my mother prepares is delicious.
Some policemen are organizing road traffic to avoid any accidents.
A rise in oil prices is inevitable since there is more and more world demand for energy.
The exercises on this website are interesting.
Dehydrated babies must drink a lot of water.
Adult illiterates learn through a special government program.
I met some nice people when I was walking along the beach.
We say a noun is a masculine gender if a noun refers to a
male character or member of species.
King, horse, actor, man, lion, hero, boy etc. are nouns of
the masculine gender.
A King rules his empire.
The hero in the movie looks good.
That little boy is so cute.
The words king, hero and boy are masculine gender
We say a noun is a feminine gender if a noun refers to
a female character or member of species. Empress,
cow, actress, woman, lioness, heroine, girl, mare,
niece etc. are nouns of feminine gender.
The actress in this movie is beautiful.
The woman wearing a red dress, is my friend.
Do you want to see my niece?
The words actress, woman and niece are feminine
Rewrite the following sentences changing the Gender of the Nouns.
His mother took him to the Zoo where he had a look at the lions, tigers, stags, rams, and peacocks.
The merchant accompanied by his wife and daughters came to the king’s palace.
The poet, the priest, and the prophet are always inspired by a high ideal.
The Count married a rich heiress, a lass of fifteen, who was a Jewess by birth
The Duke called the hunter to his presence and asked him how he had caught the tiger.
The ways of the tempter, the enchanter, the wizard, and the sorcerer are the same.
The prince declared that the author had been his sole benefactor.
The abbot declared that the waiter was a traitor and murderer.
The Mayor was the patron of art and learning.
This shepherd once acted as a host to the Marquis.
Her father took her to the Zoo where she had a look at the lioness, tigress, hind, ewe and peahens.
The lady merchant accompanied by her husband and sons came to the queen’s palace.
The Poetess, priestess and the prophetess are always inspired by a high ideal.
The countess married a rich heir, a lad of fifteen, who was a Jew by birth.
The duchess called huntress to her presence and asked her how she had caught the tigress.
The ways to the temptress, the enchantress, the witch, and the sorceress are the same.
The princess declared that the authoress had been her sole benefactress.
The abbess declared that the waitress was a traitress and murderess.
The Mayoress was the patroness of art and learning.
This shepherdess once acted as a hostess to the Marchioness.
We say a noun is a common gender if a noun refers to a
member of species which can be a male or a female.
Servant, member, parliamentarian, leader, friend,
applicant, candidate, child, student etc. are nouns of
Every leader must know what to say and what not to
Shruti, meet my new college friend.
That child is very bright in academics.
The words leader, friend and child are common gender
We say a noun is a neuter gender if it refers to a member
species which is neither a male or a female.
street, book, car, school, chair, table, tree, paper, pencil,
computer, star, mountain etc. are nouns of neuter gender.
I am enjoying driving a car.
The computer is faster than human.
Have you ever counted stars in the sky?
The words car, computer, stars are neuter gender nouns.