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School Jhitan Kalan
This Project has been created by Ajit Singh (Computer Faculty) in Govt. High. School Jhitan Kalan Distt.Amritsar. This project is related to information about “The Noun & the Verb” that is the main part of the English grammer.The main moto of this project is to teach English grammer through the Computer.The audio & video effects that are assigned to different slides makes the text more attractive.The students can learn English more easily as compare to the learning through books. Note:-All the slides & text can be viewed by clicking the left mouse button. Submitted by:Submitted to:Ajit Singh S.Balraj Singh (Computer Faculty) (Distt. Co-ordinator) Amritsar
2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Introduction Index Contents Noun Types of nouns Proper noun Common noun Abstract noun Collective noun Material noun The Verb Kinds of verbs Transitive verb Intransitive verb Identification of Noun & Verb
USE OF WORDS AS DIFFERENT PARTS OF SPEECH
NOUN AND VERBS
A noun is a word used as the name of person,place or things. Note:- The word thing is used to mean anything that we can think of. Example:- (i)Ashoka was a great king. In the above sentence Ashoka is a noun. (ii)Rohtang is a hill station. In the above sentence Rohtang is a noun.
Types of Noun
A proper noun is the name of some particular person or place. Example: (i)Maharaja Ranjit Singh was a wise king. In the above example Maharaja Ranjit SIngh is a proper noun & belongs to a person. (ii) Mumbai is a big city. In the above example is Mumbai a proper noun & belongs to a place.
A common noun is a name given in common to every person or thing of the same class or kind.Common noun include what are called collective nouns & absract nouns. Example:- (i) Rawan was a cruel King. In the above example king is common noun & denotes to class. (ii) Shiva ji was a brave soldier. In the above example soldier is common noun & denotes to class.
An abstract noun usually the name of a quality,action,or state considered from the object to which it belongs;as Quality:- Whiteness,darkness,hardness etc. Action:- Laughter,movement,hatred etc. State:- Childhood,thickness,youth etc.
A collective noun is the name of a number of a persons or things taken together & spoken of as one whole;as Example:- (i) Mob,Flock,Nation etc. A fleet = a collection of ships. An army= a collection of soldiers. A herd of cattle is passing.
A material noun refers to things that are countable or uncountable. Countable noun:- A countable noun are the name of objects,people etc.that we can count. eg. pen,trees,apples etc. Uncountable noun:- Uncountable noun are the names of things which we cannot count.eg. Milk,water,air etc.
A Verb is a word used to tell or assert something about some person or things. Example:- (i) The girls were singing. In the above sentence singing is a verb. (ii) The boys play football. In the above sentence play is a verb. (iii) He runs very fast. In the above sentence runs is a verb.
Kinds of Verbs
A transitive verb is a verb that denotes an action which passes over from the doer or subject to an object. Example:- (i) The boy hits the ball. In the above sentence,the action denoted by the verb hits passes over from the doer or subject boy to some object ball.The verb hits is therefore called a transitive verb.
An intransitive verb is a verb that denotes an action which doesn’t pass over to an object,or which expresses a state or being;as Example:He walked a long distance.(action) The baby laughs.(state) There is a flaw in this diamond.(being)
Identification of Noun & Verb
Example:- (1) Let us have to play the cards.(Noun) They played a match.(Verb) (2) Your answer is correct.(Noun) He answered all the questions.(Verb) (3) He knows no fear.(Noun) All fear death.(Verb) (4) She put on a new dress. (Noun) She dressed for the party.(Verb) (5) The court has decided the case.(Noun) They courted arrested.( Verb) 10/17/08 15