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  • Exemples de noun
    1. For example, in the compound noun "chicken soup", the attributive noun "chicken" modifies the noun "soup".
    2. In "on sale", "sale" is a bare noun.
    3. In the Latin noun domine, the -e case ending marks it as a masculine, singular, second-declension noun in the vocative case.
    4. In the noun phrase “noun phrase”, “noun” is the determinans and “phrase” is the determinatum.
    5. femininization of a masculine noun
    6. By adding "-ness", you can form a noun from an adjective. ‎
    7. usage note: Usually the noun is part of a noun phrase explicitly denoting the particular speciality, such as a "compiler jock" or a "systems jock". Usage of the word alone with this meaning is rare.
    8. A noun is the usual modificand of an adjective.
    9. For example, in the compound noun "chicken soup", the noun adjunct "chicken" modifies the noun "soup".
  • Exemples de nouns
    1. Adjectives and nouns should agree in gender, number, and case. ‎
    2. Meus and tuus are called adjectival pronouns – or alternatively possessive adjectives.
    3. A semicolon is followed by an initial lower-case letter (unless for proper nouns).
    4. The children were made to construct sentences consisting of nouns and verbs from the list on the chalkboard.
    5. In English, the third person consists of pronouns such as he, she, it, and they, verbs such as is and has, and most nouns.
    6. In German, all nouns are capitalized.
    7. Nouns pluralize in English, but verbs do not.
    8. Although German, Polish and Russian all have a three-way gender system consisting of masculine, feminine and neuter nouns, only Polish and Russian have additional subgenders based on animacy and/or personhood.
    Difficulté: Niveau 3
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    Définition: Niveau 1
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    Liens Connexes:
    1. en nouns of multitude
    2. en nouns of assemblage
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