20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Plural Noun There are two types of nouns : Singular Noun and Plural Noun When we speak about more than one person and one thing, we use the noun in plural form. Examples: a. Few men are standing in the foyer. b. The groups of cows, coming back […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Singular Noun There are two types of Nouns : Singular Nouns and Plural Nouns. 1. Singular Nouns : When we speak about one person and one thing, we use the noun in singular form. Single means one. Plural means many. Examples: a. A man is smoking within the […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Nouns by Number The Noun by Number can be classified into two types. They are : (1) Singular Nouns (1) Plural Nouns When we speak about one person and one thing, we use the noun in singular form. Single means one. Plural means many. Joy, run, wife, knife, […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Vocative Case A noun or a pronoun is said to be in Vocative case if it is used to call (or to get the attention of) a person or persons. Examples: • Mr. Bill, students are waiting for you in the main hall. “Mr. Bill” is in vocative […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Genitive Case A noun is said to be in Possessive Case or Genitive Case, if it denotes possession or ownership. A noun or pronoun in the Possessive Case or Genitive Case is governed by the noun that follows it. Examples: This is your pencil. Your is in possessive […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Possessive Case or Genitive Case A noun is said to be in Possessive Case or Genitive Case, if it denotes possession or ownership. A noun or pronoun in the Possessive Case or Genitive Case is governed by the noun that follows it. Examples: This is your pencil. Your […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Dative Case A noun is said to be in dative case if it is the Indirect object of the verb. (Indirect object of the verb is the noun for whom or for which the action of the verb is carried out). There should not be a preposition before […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Accusative Case or Objective Case Noun or pronoun is said to be in Accusative Case or Objective Case if it is the direct object of verb or if it is the object of preposition. (Direct object is the person or the thing upon whom or upon which the […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Objective Case or Accusative Case Noun or pronoun is said to be in Objective Case or Accusative Case if it is the direct object of verb or if it is the object of preposition. (Direct object is the person or the thing upon whom or upon which the […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Nominative Case A noun is said to be in the Nominative Case if it is the subject of a verb. (SUBJECT is the person or the thing who or which carries out the action of the verb in the sentence) Examples: Mr. Ram is an intelligent boy. Mr. […]

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