Definition, Examples, Quiz
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Types of Nouns
- Countable vs Uncountable Nouns
- Collective Nouns
A Collective Noun names a group of specific things, animals or people with a singular form.
It denotes such group as a single entity.
Collective nouns can be either singular or plural, depending on context.
People: audience, crowd, jury, family, group, nation, staff, cast, gang, team
Animals: flock, colony, swarm, gaggle, herd
Things: bunch, bundle, set, stack, cache, batch, bouquet