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Republic of the Philippines
BULACAN AGRICULTURAL STATE COLLEGE
Pinaod, San Ildefonso, Bulacan

Prepared by:
* Jaymarie O. San Pedro
BSEd III- English

Prepared for:
* Mrs. Ana Marie D. Argamosa

I. OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lessons, the students should be able to:

1. enumerate the classes of nouns
2. define the meaning of each noun
3. appreciate the importance of understanding the classes of nouns

II. SUBJECT MATTER
A. TOPIC: CLASSES OF NOUNS
B. SUBTOPIC:
* Proper Nouns
* Common Nouns
* Concrete Nouns
* Abstract Nouns
* Mass Nouns
* Count Nouns
* Collective Nouns
* Possessive Nouns
* Compound Nouns

C. REFERENCE:
Teresita C. Villa; Gayo Publishing 2000,
Mastering the English Language (Communication Arts and Skills) p.3-18
III. MATERIALS
* Visuals
* Video
Instructional method
* Discussion
* Games
III. PROCEDURE
A. Routinary Activity
B. Recall
C. Motivation
D. Lesson Proper

* Discussion

NOUNS- are a naming words used to identify or denote a person, thing, place, idea or quality. In short, it refers to anything that can be named or it tells you what is being talked about.
Examples:
* Person: John, teacher, daughter
* Thing: pencil, computer, paper
* Place: San Ildefonso, school, kitchen
* Idea: democracy, communism, freedom
* Quality: beauty, kindness, honesty, love

CLASSES OF NOUNS

* PROPER NOUNS- name specific persons, continents, countries, provinces, states, parishes, geographic regions, days of the week.

* COMMON NOUNS- generally name a person, place or thing. They do not begin with capital letter. PROPER NOUNS| COMMON NOUNS|
Carlos, Jayson, Michael| boy, student, son|
Asia| continent|
Philippines| country|
Bulacan Agricultural State College| school|

* CONCRETE NOUNS- are nouns that can be touch or felt( something perceptible) * ABSTRACT NOUNS- are names of qualities or general ideas objectively perceived or which have no physical existence. They do not have plural forms CONCRETE NOUNS| ABSTRACT NOUNS|

curtain| care|
bird| faith|
television| kindness|
house| love|
clothes| truth|

* MASS NOUNS- name non- countable things and are not inflected, although singular or plural markers precede them. They are special nouns that are always singular in form. * COUNT NOUNS- name countable things and may have both singular and plural forms. They can be inflected regularly or irregularly. MASS NOUNS| COUNT NOUNS|

advice| hints, ideas, suggestions|
equipment| supplies, tools|
friendship| friends|
nature| animals, forests and mountains|
transportation| buses, cars, trains|

* COLLECTIVE NOUNS- are nouns naming a group of things, animals, or persons. It is important to remember that collective nouns usually take a singular verb. COLLECTIVE NOUNS|
flock| bunch|
family| jury|
committee| platoon|

* POSSESSIVE NOUNS- are nouns that show ownership or possession. The possessive nouns always come before what it owns or has.
FORMING THE POSSESSIVE OF:
SINGULAR NOUNS
The possessive of singular nouns are formed by adding an apostrophe plus an s.
PLURAL NOUNS
The possessive of plural nouns are formed by just adding only an apostrophe if they end with s. However if the plural form of the noun is irregular or doesn’t ends with s, it should formed by adding an apostrophe plus an s. POSSESSIVE NOUNS|

SINGULAR PLURAL| Joe’s car| Children’s play|
Monica’s house| Sisters’ names|
Flower’s petals| Babies’ beds|

* COMPOUND NOUNS- are nouns that are made up of more than one word. COMPOUND NOUNS|
mother- in- law...
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