Yes, marshmallow is a concrete noun.
If I'm correct then marshmallow is a common noun like, I love to eat marshmallows. It would be proper if using the name of marshmallows like, these are Jet Puffe d Marshmallows.
Yes, the noun 'marshmallows' is a common noun, a general word for any of this type of sweet food.
No, the word marshmallow is a concrete noun; a word for a plant or a candy; a word for a physical thing.
The plural of marshmallow is marshmallows, a word for the candies formed from marshmallow and a plant with pink flowers that grows in wet areas.The word marshmallow is also an uncountable noun as a word for the substance made from whipped egg whites and sugar.
The word 'Fluff' is a proper noun, the short name for Marshmallow Fluff a registered trademark of Durkee Mower Inc. The word 'fluff' is a common noun as a general word for small, soft fibers that accumulate in small light clumps, or entertainment or writing perceived as trivial or superficial.
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The noun 'marshmallow' functions as the subject of a sentence or a clause, and as the object of a verb or a preposition.Examples:The marshmallow in the center is my favorite part. (subject of the sentence)The sweetness that the marshmallow adds makes it the children's favorite. (subject of the relative clause)Mom puts a marshmallow in my hot chocolate. (direct object of the verb 'puts')I made the frosting with marshmallow. (object of the preposition 'with')
Pea is a common noun, and peas is the plural...still a common noun.
The noun cassette is a common noun.
Camel is a common noun.
common is not a common noun
Yes, sleep is a common noun.
Yes, "waterfall ' is a common noun"
marshmallow = Mäusespeck marshmallow = Marshmallow
Common noun. A proper noun is something like "McDonalds", or "Pampered Chef" knife.
Aquarium is a proper noun or common noun
puppet is a common noun
is rout a common noun or a proper noun