In these lessons, we will learn about proper nouns and capitalization.
Countable And Uncountable Nouns
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Nouns are divided into common nouns and proper nouns.
Proper Nouns are special names given to people, places and things. They always begin with a capital letter.
The following diagram shows some examples of common nouns and proper nouns. Scroll down the page for more examples of proper nouns.
People’s Names Are Proper Nouns
|Helen Keller||Dr. Jones|
The Names Of Months Are Proper Nouns
The Names Of The Days Of Week Are Proper Nouns
The Names Of Festivals Are Proper Nouns
|Mother’s Day||Independence Day|
|Yom Kippur||Children’s Day|
The Names Of Countries And Their Capital Cities Are Proper Nouns
The Names Of Famous Places And Buildings Are Proper Nouns
|Statue of Liberty||Sydney Opera House|
|Great Wall of China||Grand Canyon|
|Eiffel Tower||Taj Mahal|
The Names Of Oceans, Lakes, Seas, Rivers And Mountains Are Proper Nouns
|Pacific Ocean||Indian Ocean|
|Dead Sea||Lake Michigan|
|Yangtze River||Mount Everest|
|Niagara Falls||Mount Fuji|
Grammar And Punctuations: When To Capitalize Words?
Capitalize words that are proper nouns, months, holidays, job titles when used with a person’s name, important words in a title and the first word in a sentence. Check the dictionary to see whether a word is capitalized.
Princess Proper And The Commoner
A story of Nouns
A proper noun names a specific person, place, thing or idea. It begins with a capital letter.
A common noun is a general name for a person, place. thing or idea.
A concrete noun can be sensed with any of the 5 senses.
An abstract noun names a quality, characteristics or idea.
A Lesson To Learn About Proper Noun For Kids
A song about common nouns, proper nouns, concrete nouns and abstract nouns.
A common noun names a general person, place, thing, or idea.
A proper noun names an actual person, place, thing, or idea.
What’s that sound?
A person, place or thing is found in
Name ideas, mess around with
Who is that guy?
What is that thing?
What is that place?
I’ll name and you sing
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