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Correct usage of the nouns in Grammar & examples

Correct Usage Of Noun

The Correct usage of Nouns:

The noun is a term that refers to any word called person, place, or something like that. Of course, as with everything related to English grammar, nothing is as simple as it seems at first glance. Names can also include cryptic concepts such as an idea or a passion.

Study the following names carefully about the correct usage of nouns.

Poetry / Poem

The ” Never ” word is used in the form of plural.

  • I have read a lot of poetry. ( Incorrect )
  • I get to know new hair. ( Incorrect )
  • I read some verses. ( Correct )
  • Do you like hair? ( Correct )
  • I am learning a new poem. (Correct )


The ” People ” is a common noun that means nation. They can then be used in a single and combined format.

  • The English talker is a good people. ( Singular form )
  • There are different peoples in England. ( Plural form )


The word though is in the form of plural. according to the grammar, it is singular. We can not say about it…

  • These cars are very nice. ( Incorrect )
  • This is bad news for all. ( Correct )
  • This car is nice. ( Correct )
  • We have watched many good cartoons today. ( Correct )
  • We have watched a lot of cartoons today.


The ” Never ” word is used in the form of plural.

  • The sceneries of Islamabad are very good. ( Incorrect )
  • The scenery of Islamabad is very good. ( Correct )

Here, we can say:

  • What a beautiful car! ( Correct )
  • A nice view me their eyes. ( Correct )
  • Such views are not very general. ( Correct )


This Never word is used in the form of plural.

  • All the chairs were broken. ( Incorrect )
  • l the chair was broken. ( Correct )
  • All the school contains 1 million chairs. ( Wrong )
  • All the school contains 1 million parts of the chair. ( Correct )

Complete Index Book

Related Topics:

1: Animate Noun

2: Mass Noun

3: What is Generic Noun?

4: Identification of noun

5: Antecedent definition Usage & examples

6: Pronoun antecedent agreement & examples

6: Relative Pronoun Antecedents

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