Point out the Nouns Worksheet-2

Point out the Nouns Worksheet-2

 

Point out the common noun in the given sentences:

  1. Sheila has finished reading this book.

A. Sheila            B. Finished        C. This                D. Book

 

  1. Point out the proper noun in the given sentence: Anil bought some fruits for me.

A. Fruits             B. Me                  C. Anil                D. Some

 

  1. Anil bought some fruits for me.

A. Fruits             B. Anil                C. Me                  D. Bought

 

  1. Point out the proper noun in the given sentence: I have given my umbrella to Rahul.

A. I                      B. Rahul             C. Umbrella      D. My

 

  1. I have given my umbrella to Rahul.

A. I                      B. Me                  C. Rahul             D. Umbrella

 

  1. Anita ma’am told me to shut the door.

A. Anita ma’am                             B. Me

C. Shut                                            D. Door

 

  1. Point out the proper noun in the given sentence: Anita told me to shut the door.

A. Anita              B. Door              C. Me                  D. Shut

 

  1. The elephant named Jumbo is friendly.

A. Elephant       B. Jumbo           C. Named          D. Friendly

 

  1. Point out the proper noun in the given sentence: The elephant named Jumbo is friendly.

A. Elephant       B. Jumbo           C. Named          D. Friendly

 

  1. Point out the proper noun in the given sentence: When my brother called Mr. Shah, he was busy.

A. Brother         B. He                  C. My                  D. Mr. Shah

 

Answer Key:

  1. D

Explanation: Book is the name of a thing; hence it is a common noun.

  1. C

Explanation: Anil is the name of a particular boy; hence it is a proper noun.

  1. A

Explanation: ‘Fruits’ is the name of a thing; hence it is a common noun.

  1. B

Explanation: Rahul is the name of a particular boy; hence it is a proper noun.

  1. D

Explanation: Umbrella is the name of a thing; hence it is a common noun.

  1. D

Explanation: Door is the name of a thing; hence it is a common noun.

  1. A

Explanation: Anita is the name of a particular girl; hence it is a proper noun.

  1. A

Explanation: Elephant is the name of the same kind of animal; hence it is a common noun.

  1. B

Explanation: Jumbo is the name of a particular elephant; hence it is a proper noun.

  1. D

Explanation: Mr. Shah is the name of a particular man; hence it is a proper noun.