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  • Pronoun
    on Aug 5, 2013 in Pronoun Parts of Speech
    A pronoun is a word that substitutes for a noun or another pronoun. The word or phrase replaced by a pronoun is called antecedent. Examples:George planned George’s travel itinerary.George planned his travel itinerary. The children will go to the p...
  • Singular and Plural PronounsA singular pronoun replaces a singular noun or a singular pronoun. A plural pronoun replaces a plural noun or plural pronoun. Take note that pronouns can either be singular or plural. Examples: Singular Plural I, he, she we my, mine, him, her...
  • Types of Pronouns1) Personal Pronoun – represents people or things. There are two kinds of personal pronoun: subjective and objective. Subjective pronoun is a pronoun that is used as the subject of a sentence; while objective pronouns is a pronouns that is used as...
  • Noun
    on Jul 15, 2013 in Nouns Parts of Speech
    A noun is a name of a person, place, thing, event or idea.Examples:Persons – girl, boy, baby, president, John SmithPlaces – park, mall, office, Asia, AmericaThings – laptop, pencil, plants, fan, mirrorEvents – graduation, birthday, anniversar...
  • Counters of Mass Nouns
    on Jul 15, 2013 in Nouns Parts of Speech
    Counters can be used for mass nouns to be countable.   Examples: Counter Mass Nouns kilo (kilos) of rice, sugar, beef, tomatoes lot (lots) of knowledge, love, hope, humor meter (meters) of ribbon, wire, cord, garter piece (pieces) of...
  • Possessive Case of NounsThe possessive case of a noun is used to show ownership or possession. Forming the possessive case of a noun can be done by adding an apostrophe and/or letter s depending on the rule where it falls. 1) Possessive case of a singular noun that does no...
  • Singular and Plural NounsA noun that refers to one person, place, thing, event or idea is a singular noun. A noun that refers to more than one is a plural noun. Nouns can be countable of non-countable. Non-countable nouns are also known as mass nouns which are not usually co...
  • Masculine and Feminine NounsMasculine gender refers to a male person or animal. Feminine gender refers to a female person or animal. Masculine Feminine godfather godmother uncle aunt prince princess king queen stag doe drake deer boar sow emperor empress conductor...
  • Gender of Nouns1) Masculine gender refers to a male person or animal. Examples:father, king, tailor, groom, rooster, stallion Click here for more examples of masculine nouns with their corresponding feminine counterparts. 2) Feminine gender refers to a female per...
  • Nouns
    on Sep 6, 2011 in Nouns Parts of Speech
    Nouns are names of persons, places, things, events or ideas.Examples:Persons – girl, boy, baby, president, John SmithPlaces – park, mall, office, Asia, AmericaThings – laptop, pencil, plants, fan, mirrorEvents – graduation, birthday, annivers...
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