, 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…
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 we ask the question Who?, we get the subject of the sentence Rakesh as answer. So the noun Rakesh […]
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…
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, […]
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…. […]