Types of nouns 1

Common Noun, Proper Noun and Abstract Noun Common Noun – Words common for people, places, animals or things are called common nouns. E.g. father, horse, city, town, shirt are common nouns. Proper Noun – Names of particular person, place, animal or thing are called proper nouns. e.g. Person – Mahatma Gandhi Place – New Delhi…

Pronouns

Pronouns A pronoun is a word used to replace a noun, that is, in place of a person, place, animal or thing. It is used to avoid repetition of a common or proper noun, to make the reading or writing better. I, you, he, she, it, we, they are all pronouns. e.g. Sarah lives in…

Adjectives

Words used for describing a noun (person, place, animal or thing) are called adjective. They tell us more about a noun. e.g. a beautiful woman a big city a faithful dog a black gown Types of Adjectives (a) Quality of noun – Describe quality of a person, place, animal or thing. E.g. a beautiful city,…