Almost any noun that is not a word for a person is a noun for a thing.Examples:tree is a more exact noun for a thing; an elm is a more exact noun for tree.food is a more exact noun for a thing; meat is a more exact noun for food; hamburger is a more exact noun for meat.bridge is a more exact noun for a thing; suspension bridge is a more exact noun for bridge; Golden Gate Bridge is a more exact noun for suspension bridge.
The exact noun for children could be:the cousinsthe sistersthe brothersthe Jones childrenMs. Jones classthe soccer teammy friendsmy children
the exact noun for boy is Sam,Charlie
Some exact nouns for two children are sisters, brothers, brother and sister, cousins, sons, daughters, son and daughter, grandchildren, grandsons, granddaughters, etc.
The noun form of exact is exactness.
As of 2017, more than 20% of American gay couples are raising children, but exact numbers aren't known.
No, because a child is a noun, since it's a person, and children is just more than one child, so children is a noun not an adjective.
The word carrot is a common noun, a singular, concrete noun. Carrot is also an exact noun for the general noun vegetable.
An exact noun for an animal can be a dog, a horse, a bear, or a cat. An exact noun for a cat can be a Siamese, an angora, a tiger, or a cougar, etc.
Noun - common noun to be exact. The pronoun to use for boy is he (subject) or him (object).
A noun is a person, thing, or place. Children is a noun. Children is a noun because it is a plural noun.
If by exact noun, you mean proper term, I would guess you mean beverage?
The Possessive noun for the telephone of the children is telephone of the children's
I think that "vessel" could be the word you are looking for. "exact noun" "tupperware" could infact be the answer, given German Sheperd is considered exact noun for "dog" (found this after first answer)
The noun children is a plural, common noun, concrete noun.
More technically, it is a (plural) possessive noun used as an adjective, to mean of or belonging to children, e.g. children's fantasies, children's books.
The noun children is a common, plural noun.
That's it water. You can make it more exact by adding an adjective to describe the noun eg dirty water chlorinated water salt water tap water etc
The noun phrase 'group of children' is singular, one group.The noun 'children' is the plural form of the singular noun 'child'.The noun phrase 'group of children' is a term form one group of two or more children.
this is a comon noun because a proper noun states the exact name and work is not a exact name. common noun is a noun that is used commonly by people like the noun work.
No, assistant is a noun. A common noun to be exact.
The noun 'children' is a plural, common, concrete noun; a word for people. The noun 'children' is the plural form of the noun 'child'.
The noun children is the plural form of the singular noun child.