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Noun


Noun is a word that shows people, objects, places, plants, animals, ideas, and so on.

example:
Alex: name of person
mosque: object

Jakarta: object

person: the subject
student: subject

teacher: subject

book:object

pencil: object

Ruler: object

happiness:expression

honesty: feeling

There are five types of noun in the English language:
1. Abstract Noun
Abstract Noun. That is a noun that can not be captured by the five senses.
example
authority
civilization
development
introduction
movement
understanding
thought
patience

2. Concrete Noun
Concrete Noun is a concrete noun consisting of names of people, places, and objects that can be captured by the eye or the faculty
example:
universe
fan
teacher
parfume
car
knife
bread
paper
plate

3. Common Noun
Common Noun is a noun which indicates the type, class, place, and so on.
example:
invention
city
soldier
tool
4. Proper Noun
Proper Noun is a noun which indicates the name of the people, places, etc.. Proper Noun always use a capital letter at the beginning of the word.
example:
Andi
Surabaya
Indonesia
Brantas
Asia
5. Collective Noun
Collective Noun is a group or collection of objects that are considered a single unit or a set number of members.
example:
a team
a commite
a jury
an organizer
a club
a regiment
a troop
a group

 

Verb


1. Verb is a word that shows action or words that help aid in other words, so that the word can be a predicate
example:
I take an English course twice a week.
He will come on time next week.
They are learning english with new students.
He is giving a speech.

2. Adverb
Adverb is a word that describe the verb, adjective, or another adverb.
Various kinds of adverb:
A. Adverb that describes the verb.
example:
He always speaks with his friends.
The students are reading an English book loudly.
The farmers work hard.

B. Adverb that explain adjective
example:
The book is very expensive.
The room is too big for us.
Economics is quite different from the literature.

c. Adverb that explain adverb.
example:
He speaks English very well.
She walks quite slowly.
They come here so often.

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