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Usage of correct collective nouns

, if you have to refer to a group of keys, then you should only say “ a bunch of keys”, because the collective noun ‘ bunch’, meaning same as the word ‘group’, matches only with the plural noun ‘keys’. So it is better to say ‘ A bunch of keys’ than ‘ A group of keys’. Likewise it is correct to say as follows,

A herd of cattle.
A fleet of ships.
A brood of hens etc…

Noun and its different cases

Nominative case   A noun used as the subject in a sentence is said to be in Nominative case.   To get the  nominative case from a sentence, just ask the question  Who?   Eg:-Rakesh called her.   When ask  the question Who?,  we get the subject of the sentence Rakesh as answer.   So […]

Nouns in numbers

Singular Nouns   Nouns denoting one person, place or thing.   Eg.  Bird, brush, school, etc…   Plural Nouns   Nouns denoting two or more than two persons, places or things.   Eg: Birds, two brushes,  three schools, etc…

Noun in genders

1. Masculine Gender. Noun denoting a male human being or animal or bird  etc. Eg: Boy, Lion, Pea cock, etc.. Feminine Gender Noun denoting a female human being or animal or bird etc…   Eg: Girl, Lioness, Pea hen, etc…. Neuter Gender Noun that is neither male nor female.  Or  Nouns without life.   Eg: Table, […]

Noun in its different kinds

Nouns are classified into different kinds. Proper Noun   Denoting the name of some particular persons, places or things.   Eg; Martin, Mary, Delhi, Beijing, Samsung, etc…     Common Noun Denoting a name common to every person, place or thing of the same class or kind. Eg ;  Boy, Girl, School, College, Television, etc…. […]

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