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What is the 2 kinds of noun?

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Answered 2017-06-07 20:13:35

Kinds of Nouns:

singular and plural nouns

common and proper nouns

abstract and concrete nouns

possessive nouns

collective nouns

compound nouns

count and non-count (mass) nouns

gerunds (verbal nouns)

material nouns (words for things that other things are made from)

attributive nouns (nouns functioning as adjectives)

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