In the above lesson we have learnt about four kinds of Nouns. Now let us see their examples.

  • The crowd was very big.
  • crowed-Collective Noun.
  • Always speak the truth.
  • truth-Abstract Noun.
  • We all respect honesty.
  • honesty-Abstract Noun.
  • The elephant has great strength.
  • elephant-Common Noun, strength-Abstract Noun.
  • Soloman was famous for his wisdom.
  • Soloman-Proper Noun, wisdom-Abstract Noun.
  • We saw a fleet of ships in the harbor.
  • fleet-Collective Noun, ships-Common Noun, harbor-Common Noun.
  • Jawaharlal Nehru was the first Prime Minister of India.
  • Jawaharlal Nehru-Proper Noun, Prime Minister-Common Noun, India-Proper Noun.
  • A committee of five was appointed.
  • committee-Collective Noun.
  • He gave me a bunch of grapes.
  • bunch-Collective Noun, grapes-Common Noun.
  • This room is thirty feet in length.
  • room-Common Noun, length-Abstract Noun.
  • The class is studying grammar.
  • class-Collective Noun, grammar-Abstract Noun.
  • The soldiers were rewarded for their bravery.
  • soldiers-Common Noun, bravery-Abstract Noun.
  • Rajeev is a reliable player of the team.
  • Rajeev-Proper Noun, player-Common Noun, team-Collective Noun.
  • Her poems have a beauty of their own.
  • poems-Common Noun, beauty-Abstract Noun.
  • There was a beautiful rose tree in the garden.
  • rose-Common Noun, tree-Common Noun, garden-Common Noun.

We have seen different types of Nouns with their examples. In the next lesson, we will learn the Gender, Number and the Case of different Nouns.

Stay tuned….Goodbye.