Yes, the noun 'groceries' is a common noun, the plural form of the singular noun 'grocery'; a general word for a type of store, a general word for items sold in such a store; a word for any groceries of any kind.A proper noun is the name or title of a specific person, place, or thing; for example, Groceries Plus (store) in Brooklyn, NY or the Big G (grocery store) in Brownwood, TX.
"Park Avenue" is a proper noun, because it is a place. Proper nouns like this should always be capitalized.
Camel is a common noun.
is rout a common noun or a proper noun
It is a proper noun, because it is the name of a specific thing.
Florida is a proper noun, the name of a state (or a person).
Pencil proper or common noun
Proper noun or common noun
It is common. Person,Place, or thing
it's a common noun. a proper noun would be Spider-Man.
The noun Ali is a proper noun, a person's name. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place or thing; a proper noun is always capitalized.
It is proper noun or common noun kitten
is coast is a common or proper noun
a common noun?