Yes, the noun 'Basketball' is a common noun, a general word for a type of ball or a type of sport.
The word basketball is a singular, common noun.
Yes, the word basketball is a singular, common, compound noun; an abstract noun as the word for the game basketball; a concrete noun as the word for the ball for basketball. The noun basketball is a word for a thing.
The word basketball is a common, singular, compound noun.
The word 'basketball' is a noun; a singular, common noun; a word for a thing.The noun 'basketball' is an abstract noun as a word for a game or a sport.The noun 'basketball' is a concrete noun as a word for a ball used to play the game or sport.The noun 'basketball' can function as the subject of a sentence or a clause, or the object of a verb or a preposition. Examples:subject: The basketball flew over the fence.object: We all got new uniforms for basketball.
A common noun is a word for any person, place, or thing. The noun basketball is a word for any basketball or any basketball game, a common noun.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title; for example:National Basketball Association (NBA)2012 Division 1 Men's Basketball Championship, New Orleans, LASpalding NBA Official Zi/O Exel BasketballNaismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Springfield, MANational Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame, Kansas City, MO
No, the term 'basketball team' is a singular compound noun.The noun 'basketball' is functioning as an attributive noun to describe the noun 'team', playing the role of an adjective.A collective noun is a noun used to group people or things in a descriptive way.The standard use of the collective noun 'team' is 'a team of players'.Collective nouns are an informal part of language, any noun that suits the context can function as a collective noun; for example, 'a team of basketball players' or 'a tournament of basketball teams'.
The word basketball is a noun for a thing, not a pronoun. The word basketball is a singular, common, compound, concrete noun.A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. For example:The basketball is in the garage, I put itaway.
The nouns in the sentence are:girls', a plural possessive noun used to modify the noun 'basketball team'basketball, compound noun used as an attributive noun used to describe the noun 'team'team, singular, common noun, subject of the sentencefirst place, singular, common, compound noun, direct object of the verb 'won'
The common noun for the Boston Celtics is basketball team (or simply team).
The plural noun for a ball used to play basketball is basketballs.The noun 'basketball' as a word for the game or sport is a non-count noun.
Basketball is a noun, both the game and the ball itself.