Nouns are words used for naming things, animals, places etc. There are many types of nouns, but for the sake of this lesson, let’s talk about the most occurring two: Proper nouns and Common nouns.
Proper nouns are used to identify specific or particular words.
For example: Jack lives in Atlanta. In this expression, Jack is a Proper noun, referring to a particular person, while Atlanta is a Proper noun referring to a particular place.
Sharon is a girl.
His dog’s name is Bingo.
Mercedes is an expensive car.
Common nouns are used for naming general words.
Boys are stronger than girls.
Teachers are better than Nurses.
I love dogs.
My city is the most beautiful.
Boys, girls, teachers, nurses and dogs are all common nouns.
Adjectives are words used to describe things, ideas or persons. In English, adjectives usually come before the nouns.
E.g. Good, bad, ugly, beautiful, intelligent, serious, great, kind, etc.
I have a beautiful friend.
She is intelligent.
He is a good man.
A bad idea.
They are lazy.
He is not a serious student.
I have a great guy.
Deborah is a kind girl.
That man is ugly.