Asked in Saskatchewan
What do you call someone who lives in Saskatchewan?
Saskatchewanite is the proper term for someone from Saskatchewan.
What a descriptive word formed from a proper noun?
A proper adjective is a descriptive word derived from a proper noun. Some examples are: Asia (proper noun) - Asian (proper adjective) Brazil (proper noun) - Brazilian (proper adjective) Canada (proper noun) - Canadian (proper adjective) Elizabeth I (proper noun) - Elizabethan (proper adjective) Sigmund Freud (proper noun) - Freudian (proper adjective) George Orwell (proper noun) - Orwellian (proper adjective) Proper nouns and proper adjectives are always capitalized. ...
Asked in Possessive Nouns
What is a possessive proper noun?
A possessive noun is a noun that shows that something in the sentence belongs to that noun. A proper noun is the name of a person, a place, a thing, or a title. A possessive proper noun is a proper noun that shows that something in the sentence belongs to it. For example: Proper noun: Abraham Lincoln, Proper Possessive noun: Abraham Lincoln's portrait. Proper noun: Chicago, Proper Possessive noun: Chicago's skyline. Proper noun: The Statue of Liberty, Proper Possessive noun: The Statue of Liberty's color. Proper...
Asked in Nouns
Is Sarah Elizabeth a common noun or a proper noun?
A proper noun is a noun that's capitalized. Sarah Elizabeth is a proper noun. ...