Yes. The word hole is a noun, meaning an aperture or tear. It can also be a verb meaning to make a hole, or to get a ball into the hole when playing Golf.
No, it is not. It can be a verb (to make a hole) or a noun, and a noun adjunct in terms such as hole card.
The noun 'hole' is a singular, common, concrete noun, a word for a thing.
Hole is a noun.
The hole in the cup = the cup's hole.
Yes, hole is a common noun. It is a proper noun only when used as part of a proper name or a title, for example Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
Yes, cavity is a noun. It means a hole or hollow area.
burrow is a hole in the ground and a noun
The plural possessive form for the hole of the mice is the mice's hole.The singular possessive form for the hole of the mouse is the mouse's hole.
No, a "Rabbit hole" is a noun. An adverb describes how something happens - for example, in the sentence "the cheetah movedquickly", the noun is the cheetah, the verb is moved, and the adverb is quickly.
The possessive form of the plural noun mice is mice's.example: We set a trap next to the mice's hole.
The word 'holes' is the plural form for the noun 'hole'; the singular possessive is hole's, the plural possessive is holes'.
No, the noun pupil is a word for 1) the black hole in the middle of the eye; 2) a student. The noun 'people' is the plural form for the singular noun 'person'.