Common Nouns and Proper Nouns.
Underline each proper noun.
A common noun tells the name of any person, place, or thing. A proper noun names a special person, place, or thing.
1.The shirt is white.
2.He bought that book from Andy’s bookstore.
3.We went to see a movie last weekend.
4.Alan likes the month of May.
5.The students visited Washington, D. C. last month.
6.My little sister Amanda gave me a book to read.
7.Alan and Eric are best friends.
8.It takes 5 minutes to go to Oak City.
9.Some kids are playing soccer in the park.
Read the picture below. Write down nouns in the proper category.
A noun tells the name of a person, place, or thing.
Underline the common noun found in each sentence.
1. The flowers grow quickly.
2. I like apples.
3. Alan went to the doctor yesterday.
4. Erica can not swim in the lake.
5. The birds can fly.
6. I went to a birthday party today.
7. We have dinner together.
8. My uncle will visit us by plane.
9. My mom makes very good cookies.
10. We live in a small town.
Write down the correct pronoun in the blank.
1. ___ walk to school every Monday. (I, me)
2. ____ had a great party last night. (us, we)
3. ____ went to the store an hour ago. (her, she)
4. We should buy ____ a present. (he, him)
5. Can you pass ___ that ball? (I, me)
6. ___ Mom is a teacher. (she, her)
7. ___ coat is very good. (yours, your)
8. I like ___ story. (him, his)
9. ___ sister is 5 years old. (mine, my)
10. ___ Our teacher told ___ the good news. (our, us)