Well Kevin a proper noun is something that needs a capital letter at the start and a noun is a naming word and something that you can draw. Examples of nouns are: chair, table, house, wall and phone. Examples of proper nouns are : Bangledesh, Spain, Africa, Charlotte and Sarah.
Well done Nieve. A great start to this homework task. Well done for addressing Kevin personally and for giving very clear examples.
Now kevin, a noun is a naming word something that you can draw and a proper noun is something pacific that starts with a capital letter like a name.These are nouns dog , cat , rabbit , pencil , house.These are proper nouns Ari , Millie , Dursley , Bath , Mr Brown.
Well done Ari. Remember a noun is a word for an object or thing, most of which you can draw.
Well Kevin a noun is a word you can draw like chair or pony.
But a proper noun is a name of something like North Nibley.
Well done Hollie but we were after 5 examples of each.
A proper noun is something that has a capital like Manchester.
A noun is a object,somthing you can see and draw like a table.
Great answer Harvey. Ideally we would have liked 5 examples of each but your explanation is very clear.
Well Kevin, a noun is something you can draw like door, house, tree, mountain and a table. A proper noun is a name, place and person with a capital letter. Like North Nibley Glouctershire, London, Bristol and William.
Well done William...a good answer. Remember the noun is always the object in the sentence.
Well Kevin, a noun is the name of something like table, chair, red nose, lemon, cup, plate. A proper noun needs a capital letter and is the name of a particular place, person or thing such as Africa, William Poppy, Monday, McDonalds, and London.
Good answer Philip. You can differentiate between a noun and a proper noun correctly.
Well Kevin ,A proper noun is is something that you can draw, and a proper noun is a name of something here are my examples:Manchester United, North Nibley, Danny, Richard and Liverpool.
Well done Poppy. You talk about proper nouns confidently, can you give any examples of nouns too?
Hi Kevin. Let me explain what nouns and proper nouns are- nouns are words like dog, chair, apple, computer and tent.
A proper noun is a name of a place or person- it starts with a capital letter. January, Theo, Brazil, Tuesday and Santa.
Good examples here Theo. Well done - you can tell the difference between a noun and a proper noun.
A noun is something that you can draw and it is a object. Here are some examples: T.V., bag, D.S., cardboard box and cushion. A proper noun is a name of something like: England, Sarah, Wales, Bob and Ireland.
Good answer Ella. A D.S would be a proper noun though because it is a name with capital letters.
Now Kevin,a noun is a thing you can draw.A proper noun is a thing with a capital letter.Here are some examples:
elephant,picture,DVD,bow and arrow and a book.
India,Bob,England,Sophie and Ella!
Good explanation Sophie. You have given good examples of nouns and proper nouns.
I think a noun is something that you could draw or touch for example a dog, a house, a flower, a laptop or a phone.
I think a proper noun is a peticular name of a person or place for example North Nibley, Mrs Jennings, Niall, France or Millie.
A good selection of examples Millie. Remember the noun is the object within the sentence - most of which you could draw.
A proper noun is a word that is the name of something like a place or a person.
a noun is somthing you can darw.
e.g of nouns (paper chair dog cat pony puppy)
e.g of proper nouns ( North Nibley Holly Glostershir Bristol Lara)
Well done Holly. Don't forget commas in lists.
Well done Isaac. Don't forget Tesco will need a capital letter because it's a proper noun.
A noun is a word to describe things you can touch see or feel
Proper nouns are the names of people places or things and they have a capital letter
Good explanation Isaac.
Well Kevin,a noun is some thing you can draw here are some examples:cat,dog,rat and rabbits.
A proper nown is some thing that has a captal letter at the beginning here are some examples:North Nibley,Scotland,Italy and Wales.
Well done Alistair. Don't forget proper nouns have a capital letter because they are the name of people, places or specific things.
a proper noun is the special word (or name) that we use for a person, place or organisation, like John, Leah, London, Dursley, or Apple. A name is a noun, but a very special noun - a proper noun. Proper nouns have special rules.
Common nouns are: man, woman, town, resteraunt and film.
Proper nouns: Matthew, Julia, Dursley, Mcdonalds and Madacasca 3.
\You must use capital letters with proper nouns.
Very good write up Leah. Don't forget a capital letter at the start of a sentence too!
Well a noun is some thing you can pike up and move. It is also some thing you can draw.
A proper noun is a full name of some thing e.g Bethan lewis. It is also a full name of a place e.g The Black Horse.
A good answer Bethan. Don't forget surnames have capital letters too!
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