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    Name:____________________________________       Abstract Nouns & Concrete Nouns Nouns can be concrete or abstract. Concrete nouns are “sense” nouns. You can see, hear, smell, taste, and/or touch them. Abstract nouns are ideas or concepts – things that you feel or think about. Example: The...
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    LESSON PLAN IN ENGLISH 5 JUNE 6,11, 2012 (LANGUAGE) TUESDAY LESSON 1.2 2 DAYS I.Objectives Reading: Recognize concrete and abstract nouns in a sentence. Writing: Write with correct subject – verb agreement using abstract and collective noun. Speaking: Construct...
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  • Everytig to Know About Noun
    NOUN :THEIR TYPES AND EXAMPLES A noun is a word used to name a person, animal, place, thing, and abstract idea. Nouns are usually the first words which small children learn. The highlighted words in the following sentences are all nouns: Late last year our neighbors bought a goat. Portia...
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    , touch, hear, smell or see an item the word is a concrete noun. Examples of concrete nouns are water, air or pizza. Definition and Examples of Abstract Nouns An abstract noun means the opposite to a concrete noun. If you cannot taste, touch, hear, smell or see something it is an abstract noun...
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  • How Are Swot Analysis Affects an Entrepreneurs in Her Business?
    NOUN What is Noun? A noun is a word used to name a person, animal, place, thing, and abstract idea. Nouns are usually the first words which small children learn. The highlighted words in the following sentences are all nouns: Late last year our neighbours bought a goat. Portia White was an...
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  • Abstract Nouns
    Encircle the letter of the correct answer. 1. “The children showed kindness when they gave old clothes and noodles to the fire victims.” Which is the abstract noun in the given sentence? A. children B. kindness C. fire 2. Which sentence has an abstract noun? A. The children decorated their...
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  • Noun
    , thing, animal or idea. Nouns are described as words that refer to a person, place, thing, event, substance, quality, quantity, etc. Types Of Nouns: * Proper Nouns * Common Nouns * Abstract Noun * Compound Noun * Collective Noun * Material Noun * Countable/Uncountable...
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    * 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...
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  • NOUN
    adjectives and can function as the head of a noun phrase. Contents   [hide]  1 History 2 Definitions of nouns 3 Gender 4 Classification of nouns 4.1 Proper nouns and common nouns 4.2 Countable and uncountable nouns 4.3 Collective nouns 4.4 Concrete nouns and abstract nounsNoun phrases 6...
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  • Recall of Concrete and Abstract Word-Pairs: as Tudy of Concreteness Effect
    Recall of concrete and abstract word pairs: a study of word concreteness effect Abstract This experiment studied the effects of concreteness of unrelated noun pairs on free recall. Paivio’s Dual Coding Theory suggests that memory can encode information in verbal or non-verbal forms, depending...
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    Meitha Luz A. Credo BSED-ENGLISH IV Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan In English First Year I. Learning Activities: 1. To know what is the Classification of Nouns. 2. To classify Nouns according to Abstract, Concrete and Countable. 3. To come up with an activity in Classificaton of Nouns. II...
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    Nouns- name things: There are 4 types of now * Proper Nouns are people and places= Capital letter. * Common nouns are objects * Collective nouns are for groups of things: Shoal of fish. * Abstract nouns things that can’t be touched like or beauty Verbs: There are 3 types of verbs...
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  • Parts of Speech
    . Laws is an example of A. concrete noun B. abstract noun C. proper noun 19. An abstract noun differs from a concrete noun in that it A. it indicates a specific noun B. it indicates a group of people that represent one noun C. it indicates a...
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    Abstract Nouns An abstract noun is a noun which names anything which you can not perceive through your five physical senses, and is the opposite of a concrete noun. The highlighted words in the following sentences are all abstract nouns: Buying the fire extinguisher was an afterthought. Tillie...
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  • Noun
    What is a Noun? A noun is a word used to name a person, animal, place, thing, and abstract idea. Nouns are usually the first words which small children learn. The highlighted words in the following sentences are all nouns: Late last year our neighbours bought a goat. Portia White was an opera...
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    happens when you put the word ‘the’ in front of it. If it is a noun, this can usually be done. Compare the beautiful, which doesn’t make sense, and the day, which does. The word day is a noun, but beautiful isn’t. Types of noun. Collective Abstract Concrete Proper Common Nouns Proper...
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    nouns, concrete nouns, abstract nouns, pronouns and verbs in the following sentences: 1. Kindness, honesty and wisdom are morals which should be followed by all Muslims. Proper Noun: ____________ Abstract Nouns: ____________ , ____________ , ____________ , ____________ Verb: ____________ 2...
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    the technical abstracts. Our experiment is the largest evaluation for Mongolian lemmatization in the literature. In contrast, Sanduijav et al. (2005) and Khaltar et al. (2006) used only 680 and 1167 phrase types, respectively, for evaluation purposes. In Table 1, the accuracy of our method for nouns...
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  • Parts of Speech
    serve as the subject of a collective predicate, even when they are inflected for. Concrete nouns and abstract nouns Further information: Physical body and Abstract object Concrete nouns refer to physical entities that can, in principle at least, be observed by at least one of the senses (for...
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  • Nouns
    the door quietly. We can instead say: Brian opened the door, he paused by it, and then he closed it quietly. In this case, he is a pronoun which stands for Brian. For more on this, see Pronouns‏‎. Concrete/Abstract Nouns It is easy to see and touch a book and because we can see it and touch it...
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