What is the example of common noun and proper noun?
Common nouns refer to generic things while proper nouns refer to specific things. For example, the noun country is a common noun because it refers to a general, non-specific place. On the other hand, the noun Spain is a proper noun because it refers to a specific country located in Europe (another proper noun).
What are the 20 examples of proper noun?
Your name is a proper noun. A proper noun is the special word that we use for a person, place or organization, like John, Marie, London, France or Sony.
|common noun||proper noun|
|country, town||England, London|
What are the proper nouns?
A proper noun is a specific (i.e., not generic) name for a particular person, place, or thing. Proper nouns are always capitalized in English, no matter where they fall in a sentence. Because they endow nouns with a specific name, they are also sometimes called proper names.
What are 4 examples of common nouns?
When we refer to people using common nouns, we use words like teacher, clerk, police officer, preacher, delivery driver, boyfriend, girlfriend, grandma, cousin, and barista. For example, when talking about your mother, mother is a common noun. My mother is an actress. Barbara’s mother was the best cook in the city.