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Title: Types of Nouns: Common & Proper Nouns


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Types of Nouns Common Proper Nouns
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Common Nouns
  • Common Nouns are any person, place, or thing.
    Common nouns are not capitalized.
  • The city
  • A policeman
  • That newspaper

3
Proper Nouns
  • Common Nouns are the name of a special person,
    place, or thing. Proper nouns are capitalized.
  • Celine
  • Officer Smith
  • Florida Times Union

4
Tell if the underlined noun is common or proper.
Click the noun to check your answer.
  • Jameson visited the mall last Saturday.

Next Sentence
5
Common Noun
  • It is not capitalized and names any person,
    place, or thing.

6
Proper Noun
  • It is capitalized and names a special person,
    place, or thing.

7
Tell if the underlined noun is common or proper.
Click the noun to check your answer.
  • Mickey Mouse rode in a truck.

Next Sentence
8
Common Noun
  • It is not capitalized and names any person,
    place, or thing.

9
Proper Noun
  • It is capitalized and names a special person,
    place, or thing.

10
Tell if the underlined noun is common or proper.
Click the noun to check your answer.
  • The lions and monkeys were at the Jacksonville
    Zoo.

Next Sentence
11
Common Noun
  • It is not capitalized and names any person,
    place, or thing.

12
Proper Noun
  • It is capitalized and names a special person,
    place, or thing.

13
Tell if the underlined noun is common or proper.
Click the noun to check your answer.
  • All of Jaspers paper is missing from his agenda.

Next Sentence
14
Common Noun
  • It is not capitalized and names any person,
    place, or thing.

15
Proper Noun
  • It is capitalized and names a special person,
    place, or thing.

16
Write this sentence correctly. Remember to
capitalize proper nouns.
  • mr. lauzon is louis sheffield elementary schools
    principal.

17
Write this sentence correctly. Remember to
capitalize proper nouns.
  • Mr. Lauzon is Louis Sheffield Elementary Schools
    principal.

18
Write this sentence correctly. Remember to
capitalize proper nouns.
  • We celebrate thanksgiving on the fourth thursday
    of november.

19
Write this sentence correctly. Remember to
capitalize proper nouns.
  • We celebrate Thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday
    of November.

20
Write this sentence correctly. Remember to
capitalize proper nouns.
  • We heard the presidents speech on television in
    january.

21
Write this sentence correctly. Remember to
capitalize proper nouns.
  • We heard the Presidents speech on television in
    January.

22
Write this sentence correctly. Remember to
capitalize proper nouns.
  • Both zachary and alex visited sea world.

23
Write this sentence correctly. Remember to
capitalize proper nouns.
  • Both Zachary and Alex visited Sea World.
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