· To become familiar with the rules that govern the use of nouns in well-written sentences
· To develop basic skills in the use of nouns in well-written sentences
· To practice using nouns in various writing situations
· To correctly recognize properly applied nouns from a pre-written sentence
Click here http://cctc2.commnet.edu/grammar/nouns.htm. Review the material to become familiar with nouns and their use in standard written English. Upon completion for this review take the quiz, Recognizing Nouns, by clicking here http://cctc2.commnet.edu/grammar/quizzes/nouns_quiz1.htm.
Click on the properly used nouns from the questions provided.
To receive additional instruction and practice on nouns, click here http://grammar.uoregon.edu/nouns/nounquiz1/Iquizn.html.
Feedback and Review:
A noun is the name of a person, place, thing, or idea. Whatever exists, we assume can be named, and that name is a noun. A proper noun, which names a specific person, place, or thing (Carlos, Queen Marguerite, Middle East, Jerusalem, Malaysia, Presbyterianism, God, Spanish, Buddhism, the Republican Party), is always capitalized. A proper noun used as an addressed person's name is called a noun of address. Common nouns name everything else, things that usually are not capitalized. For further practice, click here http://www.collegeem.qc.ca/cemdept/anglais/plurals.htm.
Transfer of Knowledge or Skills:
Click here http://www.einfoweb.com/grammar/nouns/worksheets/noun_quiz.html for a final review of nouns. If you do not have 30 of the 35 problems correct, go back to http://cctc2.commnet.edu/grammar/nouns.htm and review the rules governing the use of nouns.