Nouns are all:
- that can be seen or touched, smelled or heard. (fire, sky, book, water, Fragrance, Noise, Music etc.)
- that can be felt by our sense organs. (air, wind, emotion, heat, hardness, electric current etc.)
- that are the inherent qualities of some person, place or thing as in;
- The quality of an old man is his ‘oldness’.
- The quality of a beautiful girl is her ‘beauty’.
- The quality of wood is its ‘hardness’.
- The quality of an able person is his ‘ability’.
… and so on and so forth.
Some possible asked Common Errors in English:
- Many tourists get attracted towards the
beautiness/ beauty of the valley.
- Being poor, the student has applied for
freeship/ free studentship.
- Many schemes have been chalked out for the
upliftment/ uplift of the rural areas.
- The sole aim of private companies is to make
- He follows what his father has
adviced/ advised. (‘Advice’ is the Noun-form)
- Two chapters have been appended to the book for
- Showing courage/
courageousness, Samson tore the tiger to pieces.
- For the development/
developingof a country, the primary education should be made compulsory.