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“Subject.”

Body

Stephan

Shareffa

Alex

Louch Neagh

Antrim

 

Ireland

Irish Sea

Atlantic Ocean

he

she

they (sg)

it

boy

girl

non binary

sea inlet

county

country

sea

ocean

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“Subject.”

Body description

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Catagory header

English

English

Pronoun

Singular, when addressing one person

 Abstract Noun

I / am

you / are

he,she /it is

ego

tu

is

ea

Pronoun

Proper Noun

*unique identifiers

can contain unique descriptors

Plural, when addressing more than one person

we

they

vos

ii

eae*

Concrete Noun

common noun

^unique descriptor

pronoun

**general identifiers

table

football

candle

car

building

phone

 Always written with a capital letter

Title Header

“Subject.”

Body description

Sub Header

Catagory header

Nuetral

normal lower case words

Subject

Feminine

Proper Noun

includes

common nouns and pronouns

Identifier:

   *Unique;  A word, in and to itself, unique. proper nouns.

 **General; A word that can represent a "unique identifier" without the need of a "determiner" e.g. a, the, every. pronouns.

 

 

Descriptor:

    ^Unique;   A word that is used as an introduction to help define a "unique identifier" or a "general identifier". common nouns.

   ^^General;  A word that is used to define things made from matter. concrete nouns.

^^^intangible; A word is used to define things absent of matter. abstract nouns.

 

Proper Noun

Noun

Collective Noun

Common Noun

Noun

Noun

Countable Noun

10 Types of  American (English) Nouns

Uncountible Noun