English Grammar

Singular Nouns Rules

Singular Countable Nouns – are nouns that can be counted, but are only one; the noun is always in the singular form

  • one apple – I have one apple.
  • one child – There one child in the park.
  • one dog – My friend has one dog.

Singular Nouns Rules - A determiner is used before the noun or the noun phrase. The following types of determiners are used before the nouns:

  • Possessive Pronouns – such as my, his, ours, whose etc
    • This is my dog.
    • We live in our house.
    • This is her bag.
  • Articles – a, an & the
    • I want a dog from the local animal shelter.
    • We do not want the book.
    • Did you ever have an elephant?
  • Numbers – only the number "one" can be used
    • We have one car.
    • The girls have one brother.
    • My dog has one water bowl.
  • Demonstratives - this & that
    • That book is good.
    • This book is very hard to understand.
    • This dog is so cute.

What is a noun?

Indefinite Pronouns

Identifying Nouns

Identifying Nouns Quiz

Types Of Nouns

Possessive Nouns

Countable Nouns

Countable Nouns Quiz

Uncountable Nouns

Uncountable Nouns Quiz

Countable & Uncountable Nouns Quiz

Subject Pronouns

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

1st 2nd 3rd Person Pronouns

Noun + Noun

Pair Of Something

Interrogative Pronoun

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