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Mon, 12 Mar 2012 17:17:42 +0000

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By: sadeqi

Sun, 26 Feb 2012 06:05:26 +0000

thank you very much for the comprehensive explanation of nouns. it was very helpfull



By: Amar

Mon, 10 Oct 2011 06:12:06 +0000

Thank you.



By: katrina

Mon, 22 Sep 2008 03:56:00 +0000

4 types of noun is abstract,collective,concrete,i forgot the other one because i dont know



By: armoredkore

Sun, 21 Sep 2008 19:40:26 +0000

thanks



By: aliciaallyloh

Sun, 21 Sep 2008 09:34:10 +0000

Dear Katrina.. if you go and click Category "Noun" in this blog, you will find a topic on Concrete vs Abstract Nouns. Check it out!



By: katrina

Sat, 20 Sep 2008 16:11:06 +0000

do u jave concrete noun?



By: hiya

Wed, 02 Apr 2008 00:30:21 +0000

thankies!!!



By: aliciaallyloh

Wed, 14 Nov 2007 05:48:03 +0000

There is a short explanation on "Collective Nouns" at the end of this post. Collective Nouns can also be described as "group terms or collections" especially for animals and people(animate)like "a band of musicians", "an army of soldiers", "a herd of buffaloes" and for objects (inanimate) like "a bale of cotton or wool", "a forest of trees", "a stack of hay" or singular words to describe groups of people like "assembly", "audience", "congregation", "crowd", "mob", "spectators" etc. etc. I am trying to compile a list of such group terms to be posted later but it seems unending....



By: kadijha

Tue, 13 Nov 2007 21:06:25 +0000

don't you have anything on collective nouns.