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Part Of Speech Noun

Noun 

A thing is a word for a man, place, or thing. (You may get a kick out of the chance to consider things naming words.) 
All that we can see or discuss is spoken to by a word which names it. That "naming word" is known as a thing. 
E.g: Ram,boy ,Gulab ,house 
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Types Of Noun 

1) Proper Noun 2) Common Noun 3. Collective Noun 4. Abstract Noun 5. Material Noun 

1.Proper Noun 

A formal person, place or thing is the name of some specific individual, place, or things 
E.g: Everest, London, Mumbai, New York 

2. Common Noun 

A Common Noun is a name given in like manner to each individual or thing of same class or kind. 
E.g: Boy,tree,horse,king,town 

3.Collective Noun 

An aggregate thing is the name of the various individual or things taken together and talked about all in all. 
E.g: crowd, army, team, family, assembly, committee 

4.Abstract Noun 

Abstract  Noun is generally the Name of value, activity or state considered separated from the question witch it has a place. 
E.g: 

  • Quality- goodness, whiteness, genuineness, courage 
  • Activity - delight, development, judgment 
  •  State- adolescence, youth, destitution 

5.Material Noun 

A materials thing indicates the issue or substance of which things are made. 
Eg gold,wood,stone,iron,wool,bronze,clay. 

Number Noun - : 

In many dialects with a syntactic number, things, and once in a while different parts of the discourse, have two structures, the solitary, for one example of an idea, and the plural, for in excess of one occasion. As a rule, the solitary is the plain type of a word, and the plural is acquired by arching the particular. 
Singular- kid, lady, class, bull, mouse 
Plural- kids, ladies, classes, bulls, mice
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