IELTS Cue Card 3: Describe a Teenager You Know

IELTS Cue Card 3: Describe a Teenager You Know

 IELTS Cue Card 3: Describe a Teenager You Know
Describe a teenager you know.
You should say:
  • Who is she/he?
  • When you met her/him?
  • Do you like her/him?
and explain Why you like her/him?
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IELTS Cue Card 2: Describe Someone You Met Recently

IELTS Cue Card 2: Describe Someone You Met Recently

 Describe Someone You Met Recently
Describe a person whom you recently met and liked.
You should say:
  • when and where you met
  • what he/ she does
  • why you liked him/ her
and say whether you would like to spend more time with this person.

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IELTS Cue Card 1: Talk about an Intelligent Person You Know

IELTS Cue Card 1: Talk about an Intelligent Person You Know

 
Talk about an intelligent person that you know.
You should say:
  • How do you know him/her from?
  • What does he/she do?
  • Why do you think he/she is an intelligent person?
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Compound Nouns List with Examples

Compound Nouns List with Examples

 Compound Nouns List with Examples
Compound nouns are a combination of two or more words used as a noun. These can represent a place, a thing, an animal or idea

Compound Nouns List with Examples

Your bedroom must be cleaned.
The classroom was empty
Children caught fireflies in jars
The taste of toothpaste is good.
We sat by the swimming pool.
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List of Collective Nouns (Animals, Things, People and more)

List of Collective Nouns (Animals, Things, People and more)

List of Collective Nouns (Animals, Things, People and more) 

Collective Noun

Collective nouns refers to the collection or a number of people or things

Collective Nouns Used for People

Collective Noun Examples
Crowd On Black Friday, there is always a crowd of people in front of the most popular stores
Concourse The great concourse of people seemed to have been similarly impressed.
Gathering  Over a hundred people came to the social gathering held at the mayor’s home.
Procession The procession passed along the street.
Queue  By 7 o'clock a long queue had formed outside the cinema.

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Difference between Common Nouns and Proper Nouns

Difference between Common Nouns and Proper Nouns

Difference between Common Nouns and Proper Nouns
It is very easy to distinguish Common Nouns from Proper Nouns. Look at the following definition.

Common Nouns 

These represent a place, person, thing or idea which is not specific. There is nothing special about common nouns and they don't have a name which makes them "specific" from "general".

Proper Nouns

Proper Nouns, on the other hand, give special names to common nouns. They made common nouns special by assigning a name or identity to them.

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Proper Noun Examples in Sentences

Proper Noun Examples in Sentences

proper noun examples
Proper nouns give specific names to Common Nouns. Proper nouns make common nouns easy to distinguish and understand. In written English, a proper noun always begins with capital letters no matter where they are used in the sentences.

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100 Common Noun Examples

100 Common Noun Examples

common noun examples
In the English language, there are eight Types of Nouns. The common noun is among one of these.

Defintion

Common nouns represent a person, place, thing or idea which are not specific. These are one of the easiest nouns to identify. These are just the words we use to adress people, identify things or places, or express the ideas. 

It is very easy to identify common nouns. Just look around you and name the things you can see. Let me put them up in the following sentences to present the clear idea about Common Nouns.
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Types of Nouns

Types of Nouns


Types of Nouns

Noun is a word that refers to a place, thing, person or idea. There are 8 types of nouns in the English language which are discussed below.

1. Common Noun

It is a word that represents a person, place or thing in general. It is very common and easy to find around you. These are general terms indicating a person or a place
Examples
door, room, car, book, girl, Man, table, chair, laptop, computer, bag, school, teacher, student, milk, notebook, table, woman, lotion, mobile, gel, train, bus, road, village, town, city, movie, singer
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What is a Noun?

What is a Noun?

What is a Noun?

A sentence in the English Language is made of various words we call parts of speech. Each word we write or speak represents a place, a person, an object, an activity or a characteristic. "Noun" is the first part of speech which is discussed in this article.
By Definition
A noun is a word that refers to a place, a person, a thing or an idea.

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