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Abstract Nouns - 

An Abstract Noun refers to something we cannot see, touch or measure

Adjective -  Adjectives are descriptive words, giving more information to nouns and pronouns, and adding colour to a sentence.
Adjectives -  Adjectives are descriptive words, giving more information to nouns and pronouns, and adding colour to a sentence.
Adverb -  Adverbs are words that describes an action, telling "how," "when," "where," "how often," or "how much" an action took place.
Adverbs -  Adverbs are words that describes an action, telling "how," "when," "where," "how often," or "how much" an action took place.
Article -  These are the words a, an and the which usually precede nouns or adjectives
Articles -  These are the words a, an and the which usually precede nouns or adjectives
Collective Nouns -  Collective nouns are the name of a collection or a group of objects, people or creatures
Common Nouns -  Common Nouns are names given to ordinary objects
Conjunctions -  Conjunctions are connecting words joining two or more sentences, making them one sentence
mass nouns -  Mass nouns cannot take plurals or combine with number words or the above type of quantifiers, for example, it is not possible to refer to a furniture or three furnitures
Noun -  A Noun can be a person, a place or a thing
Nouns -  A Noun can be a person, a place or a thing
Pronouns -  Pronouns are in the place of Nouns and are used to avoid repetitions
Proper Nouns -  Proper Nouns always being with CAPITAL LETTERS
Uncountable Nouns -  Uncountable Nouns cannot take plurals or combine with number words or the above type of quantifiers, for example, it is not possible to refer to a furniture or three furnitures
Verb -  A Verb is a ‘doing’ or an ‘action’ word or a ‘state of being'
Verbs -  A Verb is a ‘doing’ or an ‘action’ word or a ‘state of being