Nouns In the English Language: Types and Examples

Nouns In the English Language: Types and Examples
Author : Manik Joshi
Publisher : Manik Joshi
Total Pages : 550
Release : 2020-09-14
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Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Nouns In the English Language: Types and Examples Book Description:

This Book Covers The Following Topics: (I). What are Nouns (II). Types of Nouns A. Proper Noun B. Common Noun C. Collective Noun D. Material Noun E. Abstract Noun F. Concrete Noun G. Compound Noun H-1. Countable Noun -- Singular Noun H-2. Countable Noun -- Plural Noun I. Uncountable or Mass Noun J. Possessive Noun (III-A). Countable & Uncountable Nouns – Categorization 1. always countable (both singular & plural) | no uncountable 2. always uncountable | no countable 3A. uncountable + countable (both singular & plural) 3B. uncountable + singular 4A. always singular | no plural 4B. always plural | no singular 5A. (a). uncountable | (b). countable (both singular & plural) 5B. (a). countable (singular and plural) | (b). singular 5C. (a). countable (singular and plural) | (b). plural 5D. (a). countable (singular and plural) | (b). singular | (c). plural 5E. (a). always uncountable | (b). always singular 5F. (a). always uncountable | (b). always plural 6. (a). uncountable and countable (singular as well as plural) | (b). countable (singular as well as plural) 7. (a). uncountable | (b). uncountable + countable (singular as well as plural) 8A. (a). uncountable | (b). countable (singular as well as plural) | (c). uncountable + countable (singular as well as plural) 8B. (a). uncountable | (b). countable (both singular and plural) | (c). singular 8C. (a). uncountable | (b). countable (both singular and plural) | (c). plural 9A-1. countable: usually singular 9A-2. uncountable + usually singular 9A-3. (a). uncountable | (b). usually singular 9A-4. (a). uncountable | (b). usually plural 9A-5. (a). usually singular | (b). countable (both singular and plural) 9B-1. countable: usually plural 9B-2. (a). usually plural | (b). countable (both singular and plural) 9C. (a). always singular | (b). always plural 9D. (a). ‘usually singular’ | (b). ‘usually plural’ 9E. Miscellaneous Patterns 10. Additional Countable and Uncountable Nouns (III-B). Nouns with Singular/Plural Verbs 1. uncountable noun + singular/plural verb 2. singular noun + singular/plural verb 3. countable noun (in singular form) + singular/plural verb (III-C1). Formation of Plural Nouns (1). REGULAR PLURAL NOUNS (2). IRREGULAR PLURAL NOUNS (A). “-y” is changed into “-ies” (B). “-f” and “-fe” is changed into “-ves” (C). “-is” is changed into “-es” (D). “-um” is changed into “-a” (E). “-us” is changed into “-i” (F). “-on/-ian” is changed into “-a” (G). “-ax” / “-ex” is changed into “-ices” (H1). Compound words without dashes (H2). Compound words with dashes (H3). Compound words with a verb (H4). Double Plural (I). “-a” is sometimes changed into “-ae” (J). Change of vowel(s) (J1). “-an” is changed into “-en” (J2). “-oo” is changed into “-ee” (J3). “-o” is changed into “-i” (J4). “-u” is changed into “-ux” (K). Irregular Nouns That Do Not Change When Made Plural (L). Irregular Nouns That Change Substantially (M). Other Irregular Plural Nouns (III-C2). Formation of Nouns from Other Parts of Speech C2-a. Formation of Nouns from Other Nouns C2-b. Formation of Nouns from Adjectives C2-c. Formation of Nouns from Verbs (IV). Nouns and Genders