NOUNS Exercise 1 Circle the proper nouns in the sentences below 1. Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia. 2.
There are many tea plantations in Cameron Highlands. 3. I like two characters in the short story ‘The Pencil’. They are Encik Berahim and Zahid. 4. The last month of the year is December. 5. The official residence of the prime Minister is in Putrajaya.
Exercise 3 1. That 2. The (woman, tiger is women) a fierce standing (animal,
there is my aunt. animals) 3. Only a few (ladys, ladies) signed up for the sewing class. 4. Those (player, players) are from the national squad. 5. All the (child, children) are tired and hungry.
6. We took many (photo, photos)
during our trip to Langkawi Island. 7. Father bought two (ticket, tickets) for the charity show. 8. There is a (buffalo, buffaloes) in the paddy field.
6. I have a pet hamster called Snowy.
Exercise 2 Read the sentences below and underline the abstract nouns. There is only one abstract noun in each sentence 1. We must always speak the truth. 2. The soldiers were rewarded for their bravery. 3. My weight is 42 kilogrammes. 4. The doctor’s advice is to drink plenty of water. 5. The elephant has great strength. 6. Happiness is when one does well in everything. 7. The brightness of the light hurts my eyes. 8. Datuk Michele Yeoh’s fame has not made her a proud person.