Nouns in English Grammar

A Noun is one of the major parts of speech‏‎. A good, general, definition of a noun is that it is something which is used to name an object or thing. car, door, elephant… There are literally thousands upon thousands of nouns in English‏‎ and we regularly add new...

Singular and Plural Nouns in English Grammar

A noun is the name of a person, place or thing. A singular noun refers to 1 only; a plural noun refers to 2 or more. There are two things to note about singular and plural nouns. The first is that they change their form depending on whether they are singular or...

Count and Non-Count Nouns in English Grammar

There are different ways of classifying nouns and one of the most important, grammatically speaking, is to classify a noun as Count or Non-Count. (Also known as Countable and Non-Countable; count nouns are sometimes also known as Mass Nouns.) Most nouns are countable;...

Subjects in English Grammar

Look at these sentences‏‎: James Bond drives an Aston Martin. Bond is chasing the killer! 007 kissed the beautiful Russian agent. In each one the subject has been highlighted. The subject is the main theme of the sentence; it is what the sentence is all about. It is,...