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Tricky Masculine Nouns in German - German Language - About.com
Some German masculine nouns take case endings that do not follow the usual pattern.
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German Adjectives as Nouns - German Language - About.com
These are nouns that have been formed from German adjectives. In this example, die refers to the implied object, namely die Blume/ the flower. So for instance if ...
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German for Beginners: Lesson 3 - Nouns and Gender
German for Beginners: Lesson 3 - Nouns and Gender. With audio. An online course with references designed for beginners and intermediate learners who wish ...
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Definition and Examples of Nouns in English
Most nouns have both a singular and plural form, can be preceded by an article and/or one or more adjectives, and can serve as the head of a noun phrase.
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Definition of Noun for Spanish Students
What is a noun? This glossary explains and provides examples in Spanish and English.
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Nouns - An English Grammar - W. M. Baskervill - Classic Literature
NOUNS. 1. In the more simple state of the Arabs, the nation is free, because each of her sons disdains a base submission to the will of a master -Gibbon.
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Nouns in the Spanish Language - About.com
Learn how nouns are used in Spanish. Although they are used similarly to their English counterparts, there are some differences.
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10 Facts About Spanish Nouns — Spanish Grammar for Beginning ...
10 facts about Spanish nouns with links to lessons for beginning and intermediate Spanish students.
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Notes on Nouns - Grammar & Composition - About.com
In this edition of Language Notes, we turn our attention to the "naming" part of speech: nouns.
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Common Noun - Definition and Examples in Grammar
A noun that's not the name of any particular person, place, or thing. A common noun represents one or all of the members of a class, and it can be preceded by ...
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