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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.
a person in a literary work. Writers use description, dialogue and action to describe and...
a formal poem written to honour and remember the death of a particular person or group of people...
an understatement (figure of speech) that means the opposite of what it says, e.g. Not bad means...
any style of writing and speaking that is story telling.