Count Nouns and NonCount Nouns


At this time I will continuing a previous article that tells about Nouns. As we know, common nouns has two types, that are:


Count Noun

Count noun is a noun that can be counted. Usually the patterns of count noun is:

(A/one/two/some/a lot of, etc) + Noun

Count noun divided into two types, that are:

1). Singular

(A/an/one) + noun

Example :

  • A book

  • One pen

  • An orange

2). Plural

(Some/a lot of/three, etc) + noun + -s

Example :

  • Three bags

  • Some letters

  • A lot of rulers

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For this time, I will discuss about Nouns. Nouns is used as the subject of a sentence and as the object of a verb. Another definition of the noun is the kind of words in the English language to name things like people, objects, places, etc.


Nouns are divided into two types, that are:

  • Proper Noun

Proper Noun is types of nouns of people, objects and places specifically. The first letter in a proper noun always start with a capital letter.

Example :

  • J Habibie

  • Tisera

  • San Fransisco

  • Common Nouns

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