Reebok can be both a common noun (as in a small South African antelope with a brownish-grey coat, a long slender neck, and short straight horns) or a proper noun (as in the name of the sports-clothing manufacturer)
The word Reebok is a proper noun, the name of a specific company, the name of a product.
Proper, since it the name of a company. Most of the time, but not always, if the noun is capitalized, it means that noun is proper.
Well its simple (reebok: Company) (Edward: Him)
"Shoe", specifically "tennis shoe".
It is a proper noun
no, and isn't it reebok?
The common nouns are shoe, company, manufacturer, or brand.
Yes, Reebok is a proper noun. A proper noun is the name of a person, place, or thing. Reebok is the name of a company, a thing.
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Reebok shoes are sold at thousands of retailers throughout the United States. There aren't specific Reebok shoes that are to be used with Reebok treadmills.
Reebok is the original word. There is no full form of Reebok.
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