the one with the most states as states are allways capitilized, as they are nouns :)
Those nouns are called concrete nouns.
The major ones are common nouns, proper nouns, abstract nouns, possessive nouns, and collective nouns.
When reffering to The Doctor, yes.
it does not need to be capitilized.
Yes, an abstract noun is a type of noun.The types of nouns are:singular nounsplural nounscommon nounsproper nounsconcrete nounsabstract nounscount nouns (nouns that have a singular and a plural form)uncountable nouns (mass nouns)compound nounsgerundspossessive nounscollective nounsmaterial nounsattributive nouns
The books name, that is why it is capitilized
NO! Seasons is NOT a proper noun!
humming bird does not need to be capitalized.
No, not unless you are referring to an organization.
Other Types of Noun
No, they are a type of adjective called articles.
The nouns in the sentence are crusts and type.
No. Pronounce it as inCREDible.
Nouns referring to a particular group are called "collective nouns".
The words 'path', 'computer', and 'bicycle' are nouns. The words to describe nouns are adjectives. Examples:a long patha new computera broken bicycleAnother type of word used to describe nouns are other nouns. Nouns used as adjectives are called an attributive nouns. Examples:a dirt pathan Apple computeran aluminum bicycle
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September is a PROPER noun. This is because it must be capitilized in a sentence. Names, months, holidays, weekdays, cities, and states are all proper nouns. Think of it this way: If you have to capitilize the first letter, its probably a proper noun.
Yes, names are proper nouns because names are explaining a specific type of person, a name.