Common Nouns and Proper Nouns Examples

20 Common Nouns and Proper Nouns Examples

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In English, there are two types of nouns: common and proper. Common nouns refer to general things (like “cat” or “tree”), while proper nouns name specific people, places, or things (like “Mr. Johnson” or “France”). Here are 20 common and proper nouns examples to help you better understand the difference.

20 Common Noun and Proper Noun Examples

  1. Common noun: cat || Proper noun: Garfield
  2. Common noun: mountain || Proper noun: Everest
  3. Common noun: book || Proper noun: The Cat in the Hat
  4. Common noun: river || Proper noun: Nile
  5. Common noun: street || Proper noun: Elm Street
  6. Common noun: country || Proper noun: USA
  7. Common noun: company || Proper noun: Google
  8. Common noun: school || Proper noun: Harvard
  9. Common noun: team || Proper noun: Yankees
  10. Common noun: city || Proper noun: London
  11. Common noun: animal || Proper noun: Lassie(dog.
  12. Common noun– teacher || Proper noun– Mrs. Kravitz
  13. Common noun– president || Proper noun– Barack Obama
  14. Common noun– car || Proper noun– Ferrari
  15. Common noun– cup || Proper noun– coffee cup
  16. Common noun: computer || Proper noun: Macintosh
  17. Common noun: table || Proper noun: conference table
  18. Common noun: spoon || Proper noun: tablespoon
  19. Common noun: month || Proper noun: October
  20. Common noun: year || Proper noun: 1965

20 Common Nouns and Proper Nouns

List of Common Noun

  • Leg
  • Tree
  • State
  • Tea
  • Drink
  • Bisquit
  • Foot
  • Laptop
  • Sock
  • Website
  • Woman
  • School
  • Weed
  • Cat
  • Building
  • Man
  • Car
  • Castle
  • Planet
  • Mouse
  • Ocean
  • Mountain

List of Proper Noun

  • Argentina
  • Jim
  • Central Park Zoo
  • Dolli Crown
  • Germany
  • Oreo
  • Morgan
  • New York
  • Mercedes
  • Titanic
  • Sydney
  • The President
  • Atlantic Ocean
  • Tom
  • Tuesday
  • Agatha Christie
  • Pepsi-Cola
  • Google
  • September
  • April
  • Russian
  • Simon

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