Spoken English Day 2

Spoken english day 2
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3. COUNTABLE NOUNS:- it is define as anything which is 

countable and has a singular or plural form called countable nouns. 

For Example:- cats, coins, a coin, few rupees, 4 bags etc.

There is few cats.

i have four bags to carry. 

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He has a gold cion.

4. UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS:- it is that in which anything cannot be counted and needs to have “counters” to quantify it with terms like kilo,cup,meter etc.

For Example:- sand, water, dust,milk,land etc. 

He bought piece of land.

you should drink at least 7 leter water in a day.

he has a sack of sand. 

5. CONCRETE NOUNS:- these nouns refer to that which can percieve by your five senses. means, something which is real or physical.

For Example:- mud,fragrance,wood, any sound etc.

I heard the doorbell.

My keyboard is sticky.

water is too hot.

your perfume is so good.

6. ABSTRACT NOUNS:- this noun is totally opposite to the concrete noun, in this noun we cannot percieve through our five sense organs.

For Example:- sadness,happiness,love and so on.

We can’t imagine the courage it took to do that.

i think, people should bring happiness around them.

i am sad because i cannot by my favourite t-shirt due to lack of money.


Give gave given

Bring brought brought

attack attacked attacked

break broke broken

catch caught caught

answer answered answered

call called called

drink drank drunk

fly flew flown

hold held held

vocabulary words

        WORD                   MEANING

convenient easy

Foster encourage the development of something

mendatory             necessary

jubilant               very happy( feeling)

minor                                      little 

major                     large

Daily use sentences

Thank you this nice present.

your welcome.

i will do this work.

it is very easy for me.

i hope you will doing good in this field.

i ate some fruits in the morning.

you should wash your hands before eating.

can i take your pen?

could you repeat this? 

is this your book?


Most singular nouns form the plural by adding -s.


boat boats

house houses

cat cats

river rivers

A singular noun ending in a consonant and then y makes the plural by dropping the y and adding-ies.

Singular Plural

penny pennies

spy spies

baby babies

city cities

daisy daisies

Singular Plural

Child Children

person people

leaf leaves

half halves

knife knives

wife wives

life lives

potato potatoes

tomato tomatoes