Kinds of Noun
The Kinds of Noun:
(1) The Proper Noun:
A name of particular place, person or thing is know as proper noun. It is written with a capital letter.
کسی خاص جگہ ،شخص یا چیزکا نام اسم معرفہ کہلاتا ہے۔یہ انگریزی زبان کے بڑے لفظ سے لکھا جاتا ہے۔
Allama Iqbal, Pakistan, Lahore, William Shakespeare, Makkah, Multan, Etc.
(2) The Comman Noun:
A common noun is a general and common name of a place, ta thing or a person.
Akbar, Ali, Raheela, Motorbike, car,Book, River, Park, Pen Chair, etc.
(3) An Abstract Noun:
An abstract noun is the name of a quality, a state, or an action.
Happiness, Anger, Beauty, Worry,Beauty, Truth, Loveliness, Hatred. Patriotism, Live, Fear, etc.
(4) The Collective Noun:
This kind of noun stands for groups pf persons, places or things or animals regarded as a whole. It can be consider either singular or plural according to its function.
Army, Police, Jury, Class, Team, Nation,Public, Masses, Assembly,Family ,Club, Community, etc.
if a collective noun refers to the individuals functioning as one unit, the verb will be singular.
- The council is holding a meeting on very important issue.
- The assembly is passing a new bill today.
- Our cricket team did not win the world cup of 2016
- The board of directors is holdings meeting today.
If a collective noun points out that the individuals are functioning or acting separately, the verb will the plural.
- The jury are taking their seats.
- The birds in flock were flying very high in the air.
- The jury were divided int their verdict.
- All the soldiers in the camp were sleeping peacefully.
(5) The Material Noun:
Material Noun is use for naming any metal or the matters or substances which use in making things,
Gold, iron, bros, silk, silver, diamond,cotton, etc.
(6) The verbal Noun:
This kind of noun is derived from aver but works as a noun. As is is derived from a verb. It is also known as gerund.
(7) The compound noun:
Thin noun for the words which are joined together it form the name of one person or one thing.
City mate, Class fellow, Room mate, Fellow beings, Brother-in-Law, Shop-keeper, etc.