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a noun that names a general class of people or entities, not individuals or particular groups, e.g. book, worker.
Common nouns can be concrete, countable or uncountable.
- A concrete noun is an object that can be touched or seen, e.g. stone; cushion.
- A countable noun is an object that can be counted, e.g. biscuits, oranges.
- An uncountable noun is a thing that cannot be counted, e.g. oxygen, sand, time.
(also called iris) a special effect that allows the viewer to see only what the filmâ??s...
See editing techniques in filmmaking.
a style of writing and speaking that uses irony, e.g. I love your dress (when the speaker hates...
a notice in a newspaper or magazine reporting on the death of a person. Longer obituaries report...