Component: Nouns | English exercises

B2 - Unit 2.1

Articles with Abstract Nouns

Abstract nouns are nouns that refer to intangible things. They fall into two classes: countables and uncountables.

B1 - Unit 3.1

Collective Nouns

Collective nouns refer to a noun describing groups of two or more people, animals or things.

A1 - Unit 3.1

Compound Nouns

A compound noun is a noun formed by a combination of words.

B1 - Unit 3.1

Compound Nouns for Jobs

A compound noun is a noun formed by two or more existing words which are combined to create a...

A1 - Unit 3.1

Countable and Uncountable Nouns

Countable nouns are nouns considered as separate objects that can be counted with numbers.Uncountable nouns refer to things we...

A1 - Unit 2.1

Feminine Noun formation

We can form a feminine version from a masculine noun when the person we're talking about is a woman.

B1 - Unit 6.2

Gerunds as Complements

The gerund is a verb that functions as a noun referring to an action, a process or a state.We...

B1 - Unit 6.2

Gerunds as Object

The gerund is a verb that functions as a noun referring to an action, a process or a state.We...

B1 - Unit 6.2

Gerunds as Subjects

The gerund is a verb that functions as a noun referring to an action, a process or a state.We...

A2 - Unit 6.1

Invariant Plural Nouns

A few/a little and few/little are quantifiers which mean some/enough or not enough.

A1 - Unit 2.2

Irregular Plural Nouns

The plural form is used to indicate that there is more than one person, animal, place or thing. Some...

B1 - Unit 3.1

Irregular Plural Nouns: Borrowings

Borrowings or loanwords are some words whose origins come from other languages (source languages). So, some nouns don’t follow...

A1 - Unit 2.1

Noun Gender

Nouns refer to a person, place, thing, event, substance or quality.Nouns have three genders: masculine, feminine and neutral.

A1 - Unit 2.1

Noun with Both Genders

We can find nouns which are the same for masculine and feminine genders.

A1 - Unit 2.2

Plural Noun formation

The plural form of a noun is used to indicate that there is more than one person, animal, place...

A2 - Unit 6.1

Uncountable Nouns

Uncountable nouns are nouns which cannot be counted easily or what we refer to as a mass.

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