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CATEGORIES – CLASSIFICATION OF NOUN – NOUN – PART.3

 CATEGORIES – CLASSIFICATION OF NOUN AND FURTHER CATEGORIES – NOUN – PART.3

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ABSTRACT NOUN

This category of noun is the name of quality, state, action, reality or such things, which cannot be touched, seen or heard, is called abstract noun.

Quality, action and state are its main categories;

Quality > honesty, kindness, brightness > any quality good or bad

State > childhood, dead, alive, sleep, poverty > any state that is reality but cannot be seen, touched or heard

Action > movement, laughter, judgment, verdict, policy > any action that cannot be touched, seen, heard

For instance;

Life is not a bed of roses.

The students give honor to their teachers.

Have a sound sleep.

Love makes delicate things, easier.

Honesty is the best policy.

In above examples bold words are abstract noun, from which, honesty is a quality, sleep is a state, while policy is an action.

FURTHER CATEGORIES

Basically noun has 5 main categories as mentioned above, but it has many other categories like gender, number, countable, uncountable. These are shortly described as follows;

GENDER

It tells the gender/ sex of a noun that whether noun is a masculine/ male, feminine/ female, or neuter gender.

i.e, masculine > boy i.e, of male sex, feminine > girl i.e, of female sex and baby > neuter gender i.e, either masculine or feminine (used as one or same)

Similarly lion > lioness, man > woman, fox > vixen, singer, teacher, child etc are some examples.

NUMBER

On the basis of number a noun can either be single or more than one. i.e, singular or plural respectively

Singular noun contains one noun while plural noun contains two or more nouns together.

Tree > trees, girl > girls, book > books etc are some example of singular, plural nouns.

COUNTABLE

The nouns that can be counted in numbers are called countable nouns.

i.e, books, chairs, trees, balls, bags > countable nouns

UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS

The nouns that cannot be counted in numbers but physical measurements are used to measure them, are called uncountable nouns.

i.e, sugar, milk, rice, water, flour > uncountable nouns

 

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