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Grammar by Mind Map: Grammar

1. Singular noun.

1.1. is the noun to name one person, place, thing, or idea.

1.1.1. Examples: - You must take the dog to the vet. -My horse prefers to wear an English saddle. -Your mom is going to be upset about that broken lamp.

2. Proper Noun

2.1. is a noun that refers to something more specific.

2.1.1. Examples: -Korea -Marisa and Morelia. -Jeju Island. -Yonsei University.

3. Plural noun.

3.1. is the noun to name more than one person, place, thing or idea.

3.1.1. Examples: -You stole my ideas and didn’t give me any credit. - It’s not too difficult to grow trees as long as you provide them with plenty of water.

4. Collective noun.

4.1. is a word that denotes a group of people or things.

4.1.1. Examples: -troop -outfit -School -crowd

5. Compound noun

5.1. is a noun that is made with two or more words.

5.1.1. Examples: -I love watching fireflies on warm summer nights . -We have had a lot of flooding because of the constant rainfall of late.

6. Uncountable noun

6.1. refers to things that normally are not or cannot be counted.

6.1.1. Examples: - a grain of rice. -i need some advice. - Life in America was difficult. - I've got some money.

7. Possessive noun

7.1. is a noun that shows ownership or possession is formed by adding 's to the noun.

7.1.1. Examples: My sister-in-law's advice is amazing. -Jennifer's imagination ran wild as she pictured the accident.

8. Grammar is the system of a language and structure that a language possesses and started by making sounds which evolved into words, phrases, and sentences. in order to speak and write ‘’correctly’’.

9. Prescriptive

9.1. refers to a set of norms, that tell how sentences should or ought to be used.

9.2. for example: He doesn't know her.

10. Descriptive

10.1. It is a grammar based on the way a language actually is and not how some think it should be.

10.2. for example: He is older than her.

11. Nouns

11.1. A noun is a word that names something, such as a person, place, thing, or idea.

11.2. Concrete noun

11.2.1. is a noun that you use to name things that you can recognized with any of your senses,and it can refers to a person, place, or thing.

11.2.1.1. example: Jane loves eating ice cream.

11.3. Abstract noun

11.3.1. is a noun to name features, ideas, or qualities.

11.3.1.1. Example: -People lost faith in banks. - They laughed at my idea. - She tried to restrain her anger.

11.4. Countable Noun

11.4.1. Is something, that we can count.

11.4.1.1. Example: Three apples.

12. Article

12.1. are words that we use as adjectives, we use it before a noun, to form noun phrase in a sentence.

12.2. Definite article

12.2.1. the word 'the.' It is used in front of a noun to define it as something specific.

12.2.1.1. Example: The Iceberg.

12.2.2. Indefinite article

12.2.2.1. is used before a noun, the word 'a' or 'an' it's used to refer to a person or thing that is not identified. or When you are talking about things that are singular, countable.

12.2.2.1.1. Example: an honest person.