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English Grammar

Noun + Noun - Compound Nouns

Using two nouns together many times can have a new meaning.

The first noun acts as an adjective.

The second noun acts as a noun.

  • Chalkboard - The teacher wrote on the chalkboard.
  • Sports Car - My brother wants a fancy sports car.
  • Toothpaste - I brush my teeth with toothpaste.
  • Firefighter - My sister is a firefighter.
  • Office Chair - I bought a new office chair for the desk.
  • Haircut - I am going to get a haircut soon.
  • Bathroom - I really like your bathroom.

What is a noun?

Pronouns    Download the PDF

Pronoun Quiz    Download the PDF

Indefinite Pronouns

Types Of Pronouns

Identifying Nouns

Identifying Nouns Quiz #1

Identifying Nouns Quiz #2   Download the PDF

Types Of Nouns

Possessive Nouns

Countable Nouns

Countable Nouns Quiz

Uncountable Nouns

Uncountable Nouns Quiz

Countable & Uncountable Nouns Quiz

Subject Pronouns    Download the PDF

Subject Pronouns Quiz    Download the PDF

Collective Nouns

Collective Nouns Quiz

Compound Noun

Common Nouns

Common Nouns Quiz

Plural Nouns Spelling -s or es

Proper Nouns

Concrete Nouns

Abstract Nouns

Abstract Noun Quiz

Abstract Noun & Concrete Noun Quiz

Personal Pronouns

Reflexive Pronouns

Intensive Pronouns

Relative Pronouns

Relative Pronouns Quiz    Download the PDF

1st 2nd 3rd Person Pronouns

Noun + Noun

Pair Of Something

Interrogative Pronoun