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Yes, bus stop is a singular, common, concrete, compound noun, a word formed by joining two or more words to form a noun with its own meaning.
Yes, the compound noun 'bus station' is a common noun, a word for any bus station anywhere.A proper noun is the name of a person, place, thing, or a title; for example:City of McAllen: Central Bus Station, McAllen, TXBristol Bus Station, Marlborough Street, Bristol, UKPudu Sentral Bus Station, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia"Bernie Magruder and the Bus Station Blow Up" by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
The word BUS is a singular, common, concrete noun, a word for a thing.
The noun 'bus' is a noun; a word for a vehicle for transporting passengers, a word for a thing.The word 'bus' is also a verb: bus, buses, busing, bused.The noun form of the verb to 'bus' is the gerund, busing.
The word stop is a regular verb. It can also be a noun as in (e.g.) a bus stop.
No, stop is not an adjective. Stop can be either a verb or a noun. (stop, stopped, stopped; bus stop) When used with another noun (e.g. stop sign), it is called a noun adjunct (attributive noun).
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No, the word 'bus' is a common noun, a word for any bus of any kind.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title; for example:Jerome Abram "The Bus" Bettis, NFL halfback (retired)Port Authority Bus Terminal, New York, NYShort Line Bus Company, Mahwah, NJ"Bus Stop", 1956 movie with Marilyn Monroe, Don Murray
The word stop is a noun (stop, stops), a verb (stop, stops, stopping, stopped), and occasionally used as an adjective, for such things as stop codes.Noun: The bus stop is at the end of the block, you will see the sign.Verb: We can stop at Maggie's house on our way home.
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The word 'candy shop' is a noun, a compound noun; a word for a type of retail business, a word for a thing.A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence.The pronoun to use for candy shop is 'it'. Example:There is a candy shop near my bus stop, it has gift boxes of chocolates.