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Chapter 2 Nouns

Iroquois Middle School

Nounperson, place, thing, or idea
Common Noun general person, place, thing, or idea
Proper Noun Specific person, place, thing, or idea
Singular Noun names ONE person, place, thing, or idea
Plural Noun names MORE THAN ONE person, place, thing, or idea
Possessive Nouns shows ownership or relationship; use an ' to show possession
Singular Possessive Noun add -'s
Possessive Plural Noun ending in -s add -'
Possessive Plural Noun NOT ending in -s add -'s
Subject who or what the sentence is about
Predicate Noun found after a helping verb and renames or defines the noun
Direct Object names the receiver of the action verb; answers the question what or whom
Indirect Object tells to whom or to what, or for whom or for what
Object of Preposition shows relationship between the noun and another word; usually answers "where?"
Created by: ern7779