Nouns answer the questions “What is it?” and “Who is it?” Nouns give names to things, people, and places.
Dog, bicycle, Mary, girl, beauty, France, world.
In general, there is no distinction between masculine, feminine in English nouns. However, gender is sometimes shown by different forms or different words when referring to people or animals.
Soma is my friend. She is a doctor.
Tushar is my cousin. He is a doctor.
It is possible to make the distinction between these neutral words by adding the words male or female.
Sam is a female doctor.
No, he is not my boyfriend, he is just a male friend.
I have three female cousins and two male cousins.
Infrequently, nouns describing things without a gender are referred to with a gendered pronoun to show familiarity. It is also correct to use the gender-neutral pronoun (it).
I love my car. She (the car) is my greatest passion.
France is popular with her neighbors at the moment.
2.SINGULAR AND PLURAL NOUNS
Most singular nouns form the plural by adding -s.
A singular noun ending in s, x, z, ch, sh makes the plural by adding es.
Bus buses wish wishes pitch pitches box boxes
A singular noun ending in a consonant and then y makes the plural by dropping they and adding-ies.
There are some irregular noun plurals. The most common ones are listed below.
Some nouns have the same form in the singular and the plural.
IRREGULAR VERB/NOUN AGREEMENT
Some nouns have a plural form but take a singular verb.
Plural nouns used with a singular verb Sentence
News The news is at 6.30 p.m.
Athletics Athletics is good for young people.
Linguistics Linguistics is the study of language.
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