The compound noun South Dakota is a proper noun, the name of a specific place.
Yes, the compound noun "North Dakota" is a proper noun, the name of a specific U.S. state.A proper noun is always capitalized.
South Dakota is a proper noun. Proper nouns are specific and unique. They always start with a capital letter. Common nouns are more general in nature.
yes it is a proper noun and how do I know, because South Dakota is a specific state and it gives you the state name instead of just saying state
No, the term 'gasoline company' is a common noun, a general word for any business dealing in petroleum.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing. A proper noun for the common noun 'gasoline company' is the name of a company such as Conoco or Exxon.
No, North Dakota is a proper noun, the name of a specific place.
The Amerindian tribal name, adopted as proper names and two US states, is Dakota.
No, they are capitalized only as part of proper nouns.Example : North Dakota is north of South Dakota, and South Dakota is south of North Dakota.
Yes with the proper treatment. Bathe in gasoline.
The noun 'South Dakota' is a proper noun, the name of a US state; the name of a specific place.A proper noun is the name of title of a specific person, place, or thing.A common noun is a general word for a person, place, or thing.Examples of common nouns for the proper noun 'South Dakota' are state or place.The noun 'South Dakota' is singular, there is only one South Dakota.A plural noun is a word for two or more people, places, or things.
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Regular unleaded is recommended.
The possessive form of the proper noun 'South Dakota' is South Dakota's.Example: South Dakota's capital is Pierre.
I would think one that holds gasoline and doesn't leak would be a proper replacement.
Yes since that is the proper type of freon.
The likely proper noun is the US state of South Dakota.
Yes, the proper noun South Dakota is a compound noun, a combination of two or more words that form a noun with a meaning of its own.
The correct spelling of the proper noun is North Dakota (a US state).
The. Mix is 20 to 1 it will run well on that. With 91 octane gasoline
The proper terminology would be "Paid-up".
look at the label on the bottom side of the hood
The proper name (capitalized) is a location, Hegton township in North Dakota. A similar common word is "heighten" (to enhance).
i want to check my policy premium details but all forms showing errors ....it dont give us proper result
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