This part of a speech refers to words that are used to name persons, things, animals, places, ideas, or events.
There are different types of nouns, namely:
Proper nouns always start with a capital letter and refers to specific names of persons, places, or things.
Common nouns are words for things and places.
Concrete nouns are things you can identify by using your five senses.
Abstract nouns are the opposite of concrete nouns because you can't feel them through your five senses.
Countable nouns have a singular and plural form, and can be counted.
Uncountable nouns do not have a singular or plural form.
Collective nouns are the names given to groups of things.
Composite nouns are nouns formed by joining two different nouns together.
Toothbrush = Tooth + Brush