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CHAPTER I

INTRODUCTION

BACKGROUND
In studying English, there are many things that must be known in advance, one of which is
the parts or words spoken in English is called Parts of Speech.
This paper will discuss about the noun, adjective, adverb, quetision, and number into the field
of study that English is not important because through it all one can convey meaning clearly.
The units of language that we have known before arriving at the sentence level is a noun
(noun), adjective (adjectives), and adverb (adverb). The third form, is learning basic or basic
structure that we must learn in order to better understand the procedure well and speak
English fluently. And also the question which means debriefing ataw ask questions to other
people, even it is also very important in using the English language daily.

PURPOSE

The purpose of this paper to learn nouns, adverb, adjective, and the question number good
shape, meaning and its application is expected to be one of the capital in learning English is
good and right. Add insight and knowledge that adds to the existing literature that can be
developed into a paper.

PROBLEM FORMULATION
a) Definition of nouns
b) Kinds of nouns and understanding.
c) The use, creation and use of nouns
d) Examples of sentence nouns

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Bengkulu b) States. namely: A). ideas and so on. or objects. Concrete nouns (noun tangible) 2.Concrete nouns (tangible noun) Concrete nouns that name people. places and so on. and so on that can be captured by the five senses. animals. namely: 1. B. Bandung. Division of Nouns Nouns are divided into two groups.Concrete nouns are divided into 5 groups. the objects that kongkret. Japan. example: a) Jakarta. Definition of nouns Nouns (Noun) is everything we see or we can talk about and show people. places. Abstract nouns (nouns intangible) 1. Proper nouns Ie names of people. Netherlands 2 | Page . class of objects. example: a) bridge = bridge b) plane = plane c) car = car B). places and so special to him alone. plants. objects.CHAPTER II DISCUSSION A. Common nouns That is a noun that indicates the type. places. Proper nouns always begin with a capital letter.

example: a) Mother-in-law b) Board of members c) Court-martial 2. Absract nouns formed from verbs by adding "ment" in behind the verb. animals (animals) and an object (things). Abstract nouns can be formed from verbs. Sprott d) Bintang Indonesia. Pos Kota e) High School f) Senen Market. example: a) To adjust (set) => adjustment (regulator) 3 | Page . adjectives. Abstract nouns (nouns intangible) Abstract nouns are nouns that can not be touched by the five senses. Anton. Block M C). and other words. Some specific word usually or always used to make collective nouns. Collective nouns In men (people).c) Toni. example: a) group = group b) bird = bird D). example: a) sun = sun b) gold = gold e). compound nouns That is a combination of two or more words. Material nouns That is a name that indicates the name of the object that occurs by itself and is not man made.

sh. example: singular plural Bus (bus) Buses (buses) Brush (brush) Brushes (brushes) c) If the noun ends the letter o is preceded by a consonant. a) in the form of singular nouns into plural if that is by adding s or es to the singular noun. the plural plus ice. x. example: singgular plural Pen (pen) Pens (pens) Dog (Dog) Dogs (dogs) b) If the noun ends in an s. and o. then behind the noun plus ice letters. example: singular plural Buffalo (buffalo) Buffaloes (buffalos) Negro (the Negro) Negroes (Negroes) exception: singular plural Photo (photo) Photos (pictures) Radio (radio) Radios (radio) Studio (studio) Studios (the studios) Bamboo (bamboo) Bamboos (bamboo) 4 | Page . ch. example: a) Good (good) => goodness (goodness) b) Polite (courteous) => politeness (civility) C.b) To agree (approve) => agreement (unity) Abstract nouns from adjectives by adding the suffix ness to the adjective. Nouns In Singular And Plural Form.

example: singular plural Thief (thieves) Thieves (thieves) Wife (wives) Wives (wives) Unless the words below: singular Plural Chief (head) Chiefs (head-head) Cliff (coral) Cliffs (the cliffs) Dwarf (dwarf) Dwarfs (pygmies) Gulf (bay) gulfs (bays) Roof (roof) Roofs (roofs) Staff (employees) Staffs (employees) Safe (strongbox) Safes (iron crates) 5 | Page . example: singular plural Army (Army) Armies (the soldiers) City (town) Cities (the cities) Lady (lady) Ladies (women) e) If the noun ends in the letter y that preceded the letter hidufmaka plural only plus s and y are not changed. then y changed to i. the plural form of letters f and fe changed into ves.Dynamo (dynamo) Dynamo (magneto-dynamos) Piano (piano) Pianos (pianos) d) If the noun ends in the letter y is preceded consonant (consonants). then the new plus ice. example: singular Plural Boy (boy) Boys (children boys) Day (days) Days (days) f) If the noun ends in the letters f and fe.

example: singular plural meaning Deer Deer Deer Sheep Sheep Sheep h) Some nouns change only letters only in the plural form (exceptions). example: singular plural meaning News News newspaper Politics Politics Political Science j) The noun is always in the plural. example: singular plural meaning Clothes Clothes Clothes Pincers Pincers clamp D. Formin Nouns Some provisions forming nouns is as follows: a) By adding the adjective suffix ess.g) The noun which has the same form between singular and plural. example:  Busy (busy) => business (busyness)  Weak (weak) => weakness (weakness) 6 | Page . example: singular plural Child (children) Children (children) Foot (ft) Feet (ft-ft) i) The noun is always in the singular.

example:  Fluent (current) => Fluency (smoothness)  Priminant (noble) => priminancy (glory) f) By adding the suffix ship on nouns. example:  Active (viable) => activity (activities)  Possible (maybe) => possibility (likelihood) c) By adding the adjective suffix th. example:  Friend (friend) => frienship (friendship)  Leader (leader) => leadership (leadership) g) By adding the suffix ist noun. example:  Flower (flower) => flowerist (florists) 7 | Page . example:  Dead (dead) => death (mortality)  Long (long) => length (length) d) By adding the adjective suffix ance. example:  Dilligen (diligent) => dilligence (craft)  Patient (patient) => patience (patience) e) By adding the adjective suffix cy.b) By adding the adjective suffix ty.

example:  Invite (invited) => invitation (invitation)  Transfort (transport) => transfortation (transport) m) By adding the suffix ance on the verb. example:  Advance (forward) => advantages (benefits)  Use (use) => useage (usability) i) By adding the suffix or verb. example:  Fail (fail) => failure (failure)  Seize (seized) => seizures (seizure) k) By adding the suffix ee verb. example:  Perform (displays) => performance (appearance)  Remember (remember) => rememberance (memories) 8 | Page . example:  Collect (collect) => collector (collection) j) By adding the suffix ure on the verb.h) By adding the suffix age on the verb. example:  Adress (address) => adressee (the address)  employ (employed) => employee (employee) l) By adding the suffix ion on the verb.

example:  Agree (approve) => agreement (agreement) p) By adding the suffix al in the verb. example:  Arrive (coming) => arrival (arrival)  Try (try to) => trial (trial) q) By adding the suffix y the verb. example:  Do (do) => DOER (actor)  Make (make) => maker (manufacturer) 9 | Page . example:  Advise (advised) => advice (advice)  Devise (dreaming) => device (mean) o) By adding the suffix-ment to the verb. example:  Master (master) => mastery (pengguasaan)  Discover (found) => discovery (discovery) r) By adding the suffix er to the verb.n) By adding the suffix ice on the verb.

noise It's difficult to work when there is so much noise. the same noun can be countable and uncountable. Have you got r some paper? Our house has seven rooms. room Is there room for me to sit here? We had a great time at the party. work I have no money. How many times have I told you no? time Macbeth is one of Shakespeare's greatest works. light Close the curtain. Have you got a paper to read? (newspaper) Hand me those student papers. often with a change of meaning. I need work! Have you got time for a cup of coffee? 10 | P a g e . There's too much light! Shhhhh! I thought I heard a noise. There are so many different noises in the city. There are two lights in our bedroom. Countable Uncountable There are two hairs in my coffee! hair I don't have much hair.COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS Sometimes. pape I want to draw a picture.

Nouns divided into nouns and abstract nouns concreate. plants. 11 | P a g e .CHAPTER III COVER CONCLUSION Nouns is one of the many things that must be known in learning English. places. objects. Nouns (Noun) is everything we see or we can talk about and show people. the meaning and application is expected to be one of the capital in learning English is good and right. animals. ideas and sebagainya. By knowing both forms of nouns.

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