One of the primary elements of parts of speech is the noun. It is a word used to describe a person, place, thing, event, idea, and so on. Nouns represent one of the main elements of sentences, along with verbs, adjectives, prepositions and articles.
Nouns usually function as subjects or objects within sentences, although they can also act as adjectives and adverbs.
Now there are different types of nouns, each with its own set of usages and rules. Let’s take a closer look at them:Proper nouns
Used to describe a unique person or thing, proper nouns always start with a capital letter. Examples include Mary, India, and Manchester United.Common nouns
Common nouns are used to describe persons or things in general. Examples include girl, country, and team