Grammar Lesson – Singular and Plural Nouns


Singular and Plural Nouns


 A Singular Noun refers to only one person, place or thing, event or idea.  And, a Plural Noun refers to any number of items that are more than one.


Changing from Singular to Plural Form

In most cases, to make a Singular Noun into a Plural Noun, one only needs to add an “s” or an “es” combination to the end of the word.


However, this does not work in every situation.  For a thorough explanation of Singular and Plural Nouns…

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Un-Countable Noun – Grammar Lesson

“Un-Countable Noun”


An Un-Countable Noun is a Noun which represents things which can not be “counted” as individual units.  These are things like liquids, or anything that would be very difficult to “count”, and also include “abstract” things like feelings, thoughts, and emotions.


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“GiveMeSome… Grammar!!!” – No. 1 – Nouns

Nouns in English


The Noun, is a grammatical “Part of Speech” in English grammar.  Nouns are words that represent a:  Person, Place, Thing, Idea, or Animal.


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There are many different classifications of Nouns:


  • Proper & Common Nouns
  • Countable & Uncountable Noun
  • Collective Nouns
  • Concrete & Abstract Nouns

Besides these, there are also:


  • Noun Phrases
  • Pronouns
  • Adjectives as Nouns
  • Verbs as Noun

The different classifications of nouns will be covered in future posts.  For now let’s see some examples of nouns as described in their most basic forms.


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