5th Class English Noun Exercise

Exercise

Category : 5th Class

*      Practice Exercise

 

Identify the kind of noun in the underline part of each sentence.  

 

 

  Rabindra Nath Tagore was a great poet.

 

Answer:

Proper Noun: A proper noun is the name of a particular person. Rabindra Nath Tagore is a name of a particular person.  

 

 

  My father is going to market

 

Answer:

Common Noun: A common noun is the name given to the class of person. So, father is common noun.  

 

 

  She is buying gold from the jwellers.

 

Answer:

Material Noun : A material noun is the name of substance. Gold is the name of a substance.  

 

 

  I admired his honesty.

 

Answer:

Honesty (Abstract Noun), An abstract noun is the name of some state, quality, feeling or idea that we can only think of or feel but cannot touch or See.  

 

 

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Identify the kind of noun the underline word represents in each sentence.  

 

  The colour of milk is white.

 

(A) Common noun                                         

(B) Proper noun

(C) Collective noun                                         

(D) Material noun

(E) None of these

 

Answer: (d)

Explanation:

Milk is a material noun. A material noun is the name of a substance which can be measured or weighed.  

 

 

  A swarm of bees.

(A) Material Noun                          

(B) Proper Noun

(C) Common Noun                         

(D) Collective Noun

(E) None of these

 

Answer: (d)

Explanation:

Swarm (Collective Noun), A collective noun is the group or collection of things.  

 

 

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  •  Noun is the name of a person, place, animal, bird or thing.
  •  A proper noun is the name of a particular person, place, thing or animal.
  •  A common noun is the name given to the class of person, place, animal or thing.
  •  A collective noun is the name of a group or collection of person things or animals.
  •  A material noun is the name of a substance which can be measured or weighed.
  •  An abstract noun is the name of some state, quality, feeling or idea that we can only think of, or feel, but cannot touch or See.
  •  All common nouns and collective nouns are regarded as countable.
  •  Proper nouns are also countable.
  •  Abstract nouns and material nouns are normally uncountable.    

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