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Identify the proper noun(s) in the sentence:

Maddie goes to France every December.

Maddie, France, December
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Identify the common noun(s) in the sentence:

Most plants need sunlight to grow.

plants, sunlight
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Identify the common noun(s) in the sentence:

We visit my grandma every summer in July.

grandma, summer
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Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

If you bring hotdogs, I will make dinner.

hotdogs, dinner
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Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

Tuesday is the best time for shopping.

Tuesday, time, shopping
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Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

Fireworks bring me joy on the 4th of July.

fireworks, joy, 4th of July
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Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

My cat eats spiders.

cat, spiders
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Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

My brother is always late to school.

brother, school
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When a sentence is missing a noun, the sentence is known as an incomplete sentence _____.
fragment
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Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

Love makes Charlie happy.

love, Charlie
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Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

Katy Perry dressed up like the Statue of Liberty for her concert.

Katy Perry, Statue of Liberty, concert
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Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

Once, my mom bought me a tiny pony.

mom, pony
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Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

The dog slept under the bed.

dog, bed
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Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

Abraham Lincoln loved baking pies.

Abraham Lincoln, pies
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Proper nouns
Names specific people, places, things, or ideas and usually starts with an uppercase letter. e.g. 'Thomas Jefferson'
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Common Noun
Names general people, places, things, or ideas and usually starts with a lowercase letter. e.g. 'girl'
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Nouns
Indicate people, places, things, and ideas
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Parts of Speech
Different types of words, that together, make a complete sentence. e.g. adjectives, verbs, nouns
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Flashcard Content Overview

This flashcard set explores exactly what the part of speech known as a noun is and how it is used in a complete sentence. The set aims to explain what types of words are nouns and when to use these words. In addition, the difference between common and proper nouns is noted. You will be given definitions and asked to apply your knowledge to identify specific nouns in sample sentences.

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Parts of Speech
Different types of words, that together, make a complete sentence. e.g. adjectives, verbs, nouns
Nouns
Indicate people, places, things, and ideas
Common Noun
Names general people, places, things, or ideas and usually starts with a lowercase letter. e.g. 'girl'
Proper nouns
Names specific people, places, things, or ideas and usually starts with an uppercase letter. e.g. 'Thomas Jefferson'

Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

Abraham Lincoln loved baking pies.

Abraham Lincoln, pies

Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

The dog slept under the bed.

dog, bed

Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

Once, my mom bought me a tiny pony.

mom, pony

Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

Katy Perry dressed up like the Statue of Liberty for her concert.

Katy Perry, Statue of Liberty, concert

Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

Love makes Charlie happy.

love, Charlie
When a sentence is missing a noun, the sentence is known as an incomplete sentence _____.
fragment

Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

My brother is always late to school.

brother, school

Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

My cat eats spiders.

cat, spiders

Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

Fireworks bring me joy on the 4th of July.

fireworks, joy, 4th of July

Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

Tuesday is the best time for shopping.

Tuesday, time, shopping

Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

If you bring hotdogs, I will make dinner.

hotdogs, dinner

Identify the common noun(s) in the sentence:

We visit my grandma every summer in July.

grandma, summer

Identify the common noun(s) in the sentence:

Most plants need sunlight to grow.

plants, sunlight

Identify the proper noun(s) in the sentence:

Maddie goes to France every December.

Maddie, France, December

Identify the common noun(s) in the sentence:

Turtles often sleep on logs.

turtles, logs

Identify the common noun(s) in the sentence:

If you don't like bugs, you might not like camping.

bugs, camping

Identify the common noun(s) in the sentence:

Silk is soft and wool is rough.

silk, wool

Identify the common noun(s) in the sentence:

Peter eats pizza once a day.

pizza, day

Identify the common noun(s) in the sentence:

The United States was built on the idea of freedom.

idea, freedom

Identify the common noun(s) in the sentence:

Every Friday, my family plays football.

family, football

Identify the common noun(s) in the sentence:

Cats purr when they are happy.

cats

Identify the common noun(s) in the sentence:

I always put sunscreen on before I go swimming in Florida.

sunscreen, swimming

Identify the proper noun(s) in the sentence:

Africa is a country with a rich history and culture.

Africa

Identify the proper noun(s) in the sentence:

If you visit Chase this weekend, don't forget to bring him his Hanukkah presents.

Chase, Hanukkah

Identify the proper noun(s) in the sentence:

I lived on Greenbolt Lane when I was going to Crestview High School.

Greenbolt Lane, Crestview High School

Identify the proper noun(s) in the sentence:

The next governor in Ohio may help to create more jobs.

Ohio

Identify the proper noun(s) in the sentence:

We eat potatoes from Idaho during the winter every Wednesday for dinner.

Idaho, Wednesday

Identify the proper noun(s) in the sentence:

Niagara Falls is in the United States and Canada.

Niagara Falls, United States, Canada

Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

You need to have faith that good things will happen.

faith, things

Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

May is a great month for planting.

May, month, planting

Identify the noun(s) in the following sentence:

Jason needs to return his library book on Japan by Tuesday.

Jason, book, Japan, Tuesday
All complete sentences require the use of a noun except for a short _____.
command

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