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Nouns

Nouns

What is a Noun?

A noun is a word used to name a person, animal, place or thing.

Types of noun

Basically, there are two types of nouns and they are Common and Proper nouns. They are discussed below: -  /></span></p>
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Remember,

  • A common noun names any person, place, or thing.
  • A proper noun names a specific person, place, or thing.
  • A proper noun always begins with a capital letter.

Example:

1.Boy, State (common nouns)

 2.Rakesh, Kolkata (proper nouns)

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Underline the nouns in the sentences. Babita was wondering what the weather will be on Friday. The boys and girls from the School are planning a picnic.

Pronouns

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Pronouns are words that take the place of singular or plural nouns.

 

Singular

Plural

When Used

I, Me

We, Us

To talk about yourself

You

You

To talk to a person

He, She, It, Him, Her

They, Them

To talk about other persons or things

 

Example:

1.Purnima brought a gift to the party.

2.He brought a new car.

 

Let’s do some exercise

Write the pronoun that takes the place of the underlined noun or nouns.

  • Sunil is taking a present for Sonia.
  • Rakesh and Harish bought her a CD.

Pick the Right Pronoun

 1.Use I, we, he, or she when the pronoun is a subject.

  • Urmila plays the violin.
  • She plyas violin.

  •  Kailash plays the piano.
  • He plays the piano.

Use me, us, her, him, or them when the pronoun is not a subject.

  • Mom took Sneha shopping.
  • Mom took her shopping.
  • Dad went fishing with Faisal.
  • Dad went fishing with him.

    Recap

 

  • A noun is a word used to name a person, animal, place or thing. A noun helps us in understanding about what are we talking about. Nouns can be of different types:
  1. Common Noun: Used for a common group of thins, places or animals.
  2. Proper Noun: Used for a specific indication towards an object.
  • Pronouns are words that take the place of singular or plural nouns. Pronouns are used in various life situations. There are various rules to follow in case you use pronouns.
  1. We should use I, we, he, or she when the pronoun is a subject.
  2. We should use me, us, her, him, or them when the pronoun is not a subject.

 

Quiz for Nouns

Q.1

Write the correct form of pronoun in the following sentences.

Raksha is as old as ____________.

a) Neha
b) I
c) You
d) Me

Q.2

Write the correct form of the pronoun in the following sentence:

You know that as well as ____________.

a)

me

b)

I

c)

both a and b

d)

none of the above

Q.3

Write the correct form of pronoun in the following sentences.

___ and I have done our duty.

a) Them
b) Us
c) Me
d) You

Q.4

Write the correct form of pronoun in the following sentences.

____ are ordered not to leave their seats.

a) Us
b) Their
c) Them
d) They

Q.5

Write the correct form of pronoun in the following sentences.

____ home caught fire.

a) Me
b) They
c) Us
d) Our

Q.6

Write the correct form of pronoun in the following sentences.

He deserved ____ punishment.

a) Us
b) Me
c) His
d) This

Q.7

Write the correct form of pronoun in the following sentences.

That baby has torn ___ clothes.

a) Me
b) I
c) Us
d) Its

Q.8

Write the correct form of pronoun in the following sentences.

The royal family gave up _____ throne.

a) Them
b) She
c) He
d) Their

Q.9

Write the correct form of pronoun in the following sentences.

___ is certain that you are wrong.

a) It
b) I
c) Me
d) Us

Q.10

Write the correct form of pronoun in the following sentences.

He loves __ dog.

a) He
b) His
c) She
d) Its

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