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Places' and persons' names are proper,
Then when a name's a title too
you ought to do;
spaces with Proper Nouns. is the largest city in England. The warehouses in street are handsome. Port wine is imported to from Potatoes were first imported here from
Moses received the ten commandments from on Mount
Alexander the Great was the son of Philip, king of Jesus loved
and raised him from the dead. Our Saviour was born in His mother's name was
The epistle to the Romans was written by the Apostle The river is most beautiful. The lakes of
are visited by all who go to see Ireland. Loch is studded with small islands. The finest lakes in England are in --shire.
when I write. I see the covered with dew in the morning. Theis the largest animal that I have ever seen. I think the is the most gentle.
is the flesh of calves. Bread is made of
The throws out heat. The emits light.
The tolls on Sabbath to call us all to Oranges and many other are brought from Italy and Spain to this country. Mutton is the flesh of
Wine is made from Dried are delicious. I don't think so, far finer. The poor people in Arabia live on Rhubarb and are grown in Turkey. Boys and
are fond of amusement. Besides the common nouns you have inserted, point out some others which have been placed in the above sentences.
Chair for rocking.
Fill up the spaces with Compound Nouns.
which has a marbleslab. On the Queen's birth-day my brother was burned with
Lift the loaf-sugar with the and put the soft-sugar into the
Do place the pen on the
and lock up my I like to see a nice table and
in the hall. Arrange these volumes in my
The first time I travel to Edinburgh I may go by the
Would you give me the loan of your to fasten my boots. Your coat requires the
it is all covered with dust. Put past these needles and reels in your
and ask John to lock
his brush and comb in his own
A mob is a collective noun,
Fill up spaces with Collective Nouns. Look at that of sheep. The matter was settled by the town
soldiers in his The ball was fixed for Friday, and the whole met at nine o'clock. Dr. Brown has a very large
in his church. The Lord Provost ordered the to be dismissed. Will you go to the to-night?
THE VERBAL NOUNS.
This noun is made from verbs, you know;
* The last line shows that verbal nouns are often used as verbs.
Fill up spaces with Verbal Nouns. Jane has made great proficiency in - Harry is much fonder of - than Painting is not so fatiguing as Singing is good for the lungs; but unless
sit erect, inclines you to stoop.has become very fashionable. Dancing is good exercise, but
is very objectionable amusement.
An abstract noun has quality
Light is abstracted from the sun,
These abstract nouns oft end with ness,