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1. Is this noun in the nominative?
2. The noun is followed by an intransitive verb.
3. "Sheep" is both a singular and plural noun.
4. The noun " mouse " is the singular form of " mice " .
5. The word "water" can be used as a noun or a verb.
6. Pronouns are often used to refer to a noun that has already been mentioned.
7. Please underline the noun clauses in the passage.
8. Predicative adjectives follow the noun.
9. 'Car' is a concrete noun.
10. An attributive noun functions as an adjective.
11. The word " person " is a countable noun.
11. Sentencedict.com is a online sentence dictionary, on which you can find excellent sentences for a large number of words.
12. Put this noun into the nominative.
13. In 'kitchen table', the noun 'kitchen' is used adjectivally.
14. Attributive adjectives precede the noun.
15. The noun is in the singular.
16. 'Happiness' is an abstract noun.
17. "Flock" is a collective noun.
18. In 'safety barrier', the noun 'safety' is being used as a modifier.
19. In 'the television aerial', 'television' is a noun used in an attributive way.
20. An example of a countable noun is 'table', and an example of an uncountable noun is 'money'.
21. In "The boy runs", boy is a singular noun and runs agree with it in number.
22. An adjective must agree with its noun in mumber and case.
23. The function of an adjective is to describe or add to the meaning of a noun.
24. In " the black cat " the adjective " black " modifies the noun " cat " .
25. When 'insert' is a verb, the stress is on the second syllable, but when it is a noun, the stress is on the first syllable.
26. In the sentences 'We took the night train' and 'Do you know the man sitting in the corner', 'the night train' and 'the man sitting in the corner' are noun phrases.
27. In the sentence 'I spoke to the driver of the car', 'the driver of the car' is a noun phrase.
28. It is a rule of English that adjectives generally precede the noun they modify: we say "a good cry", not "a cry good".
29. Everyone knows what's best for him or herself. He/she or he can also be used in writing:If in doubt, ask your doctor. He/she can give you more information. These uses can seem awkward when they are used a lot. It is better to try to change the sentence, using a plural noun. Instead of saying:A baby cries when he or she is tired you can say Babies cry when they are tired.
30. The suffix '-ness' added to the end of the word 'sweet' forms the word 'sweetness', changing an adjective into a noun.
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