• Watch this fun cartoon lesson and help Lexis the Magician work out what his friend Grizzle wants to eat. Then help match up the scarfs with different words to create brand new ones. How many do you know?

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  • Watch this video to see how Compound words are made when two simple nouns are put together to make a new word. When this is done, it creates a word with multiple syllables. Sometimes we need to find the syllables in compound words. Words with multiple syllables have patterns. If we find the pattern, we can separate the word. This video will help you practice compound words and syllables.

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  • Go food shopping in Spain and learn about countable and uncountable nouns. The lesson includes an interactive exercise at the end of the video.

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  • Watch this story of a fun birthday party. Learn the spelling rules for forming plurals.

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  • A noun is a person, animal, place, thing, or idea. Move the mouse so the cursor hovers over a balloon and click every balloon that has a noun in it. Increase the speed as you get better and better!

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  • This short lesson and the following exercise uses food vocabulary to illustrate the concept of count and non-count nouns.

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  • Look at the words and place the divider between the two words to properly break up the syllables. Select 'Check It!' to see if you are right. If not, you can get a Hint and try again. Once you have completed Level 1 carry on to Level 2 and see how far you can get!

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  • Which word is the noun? Read the sentence, look at the word in each box and then click the box that has the noun in it.

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  • The free online lesson is about things that are countable and noncountable and how they are different in English. After you listen to the lesson, take the quiz to check your understanding. If you have any questions, you can ask the teacher on the message board.

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  • Learn to talk about what you like to eat in English! In this English lesson you will hear people using countable and uncountable nouns to talk about food. You will see the difference between words that can be counted (an apple, two apples, some apples) and words that cannot be counted (some milk, a glass of milk).

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  • A short introductory video lesson that gives you a simple explanation as to the difference between proper and common nouns. There are lots of examples and guidance when using proper nouns.

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  • Can you get the answer right and score a basket for your team? Look at the noun written on the ball and decide if it is a Common Noun, a Proper Noun or Not a Noun. You will score 3 points for every correct answer. Get it wrong and you will miss the basket but don't worry, you will get another go to get it right!

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  • This is an explanation of nouns. There are several examples of types of nouns and a short self-test, too!

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  • Learn some important parts of speech in this tutorial. When you're done reading, play the games and take the quiz to test your knowledge!

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  • Use this fantastic site to learn all about nouns and how to use them. What are nouns? Each different type of noun is explained and lots of examples are given. There is a small quiz at the end of each section, as well as 2 general quizzes at the end to test your understanding of all the different types of nouns.

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  • This resource shows you how to change singular nouns to plural nouns, by either adding '-s', 'ves', or '-es'. There are full notes if you get stuck or you can check something in the site dictionary.

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  • Can you hook your gnome a plural? Test your plural rules skills by choosing either to fish for one type of plural noun, or for all of them together. You can click on Hint for some help at any time and you have 4 lives. At the end of the game you will be shown all your correct answers, as well as your incorrect answers and what the right answer should be. Can you fish for all the gnomes?

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  • This is a fun game for you to make lots of new words by joining nouns together to make a compound word. Drag one picture from the red box and one picture from the blue box and make a new compound word. Then look at the sentences and drag the right compound word to fill in the blanks. You can hear the word and sentence at anytime to make sure you have got it right.

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  • There are 6 games on this great site, all helping you learn and revise the correct use of 'there is' and 'there are' when talking about individual or plural nouns. Look at 2 pictures and decide how many of the statements are correct, read the passages and move the monsters and objects into the correct place, listen to the song and put the sentences in the right order and, finally, create your own classroom and write a few sentences to describe what is going on!

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  • Well presented tutorials and exercises about Nouns, Articles and Quantifiers. The answers of the exercises are available when you complete the exercises.

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  • A fun, shooting game that helps you recognize countable nouns.

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  • In this game you must recycle 10 pieces of rubbish that have washed up on the shore by dropping them into the correct rubbish bins. Each piece has a noun or a verb on it. Click and drag to their correct bin. Try not to make a mistake. You don't want the beach to become dirty with litter! There are 2 levels to choose from.

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  • Can you find your way out of the Cave of Stone Wonders? You have to read the sentence and choose the correct plural noun or abbreviation to make your way through the cave. Good luck!

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  • Learn about nouns and adjectives in this fun game. Challenge yourself to put the crates into the correct rooms of the haunted house!

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  • An interactive tutorial on compound nouns. Read the words on the scarves, then match a blue scarf with a red scarf to make a new compound noun.

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  • When you start you will see three boxes and a word. Decide if the word is a NOUN or a VERB; or BOTH a noun and a verb. Then click the box it belongs in. If you are right, the word will go into its box. If you are wrong, it will just vanish. Then you will see an example of how to use the word, and the next word.

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  • Do you know the difference between common nouns and proper nouns? This game will help you practice! Click on the answer for each word and score points as you go. Score 5 in a row and go through to the bonus rounds where you have to proofread the sentences to win more points.

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  • In this game you will practice making compound words - joining 2 separate words to make a new word. Read the clue at the top of the screen, then get your elephants to push the correct logs. Go through them all and you will learn 200 new compound words!

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  • This page gives a clear, simple explanation as to how to count non-count nouns. There is a good exercise included at the end.

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  • This game helps you to recognize nouns. There are lots of verbs, adjectives and adverbs as well as nouns so you have to read each word carefully. Click on the fish labelled with a noun to feed the worm. For every correct answer you will get a new set of words. If you don't pick a noun, it will be marked with a cross and you have another chance at finding the noun for that set.

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  • This game specifically tests your knowledge of plural nouns that are spelt with '-os' or '-oes'. Drag the words on the right to where they belong.

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  • A noun is the name of a person, place, thing, or idea. They are an essential part of constructing basic English phrases. This site offers detailed information and examples about using nouns.

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  • A great way to build your foundation skills and practice identifying on part of speech - nouns. Read the word and select the type of noun it is. Answer enough correctly and move on up through the difficulty levels. There are 6 questions in each level.

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  • Do you know your plural noun endings? The aim in this game is to be the first to complete 3 words in a row, just like TIC-TAC-TOE. Drag the word at the top of the grid to the ending that makes it plural. You can either play against yourself, or with a friend.

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  • Read the sentence and click the word that best completes it. Not sure? Hover over the word to hear each choice. Hear the whole sentence with the correct word when you answer correctly. All the answers are compound nouns.

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  • Collective nouns are names of groups of people, places or things. In this game you have to read the sentence and then identify the collective noun. If you get any wrong, you will be shown the right answer.

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  • Can you recognize uncountable nouns in a sentence? This game helps you practice your reading skills, as well as how well you can identify uncountable nouns amongst other nouns.

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  • This page explains how to form the plural of irregular nouns. Very good exercises included.

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  • This page explains how to form the plural of regular nouns. Very good exercises included.

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  • This page explains how to use count and non-count nouns. Very good exercises included.

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  • This index page will lead you to more information about count/uncount nouns and proper nouns.

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  • This is a simple test for you to see how well you know common irregular plural nouns. Look at the picture, listen to the word, then select the correct answer from the drop down list. The singular noun is first, and then its irregular plural is shown. Once you have finished, check your answers and see if you need to do any again.

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  • A compound word is made when two words are joined to form a new word. Look at the red word. Look at the words in the row. Click on a blue word to make a compound word. There may be more than one correct answer.

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  • This is a game of knowledge and memory. Take it in turns to find the matching pairs by clicking on the cards. Match a pair correctly and win 10 points, then have another guess. If you don't find a pair, you lose 2 points and the other player gets a turn.

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  • Can you recognize singular and plural nouns? In this game you have to feed the lizard with nouns that are in their correct singular form. Use the arrow keys to move the lizard and the space bar to open his mouth.

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  • This page details the forms of articles and possessive words you should use with nouns. It also explains how to form the singular/plural of nouns. There are several exercises for you to practice your knowledge of these forms. The exercises will tell you if you got the answers right or wrong.

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  • A fantastic, detailed lesson on understanding the difference between countable and uncountable nouns. There are 12 individual categories to work your way through, with explanations and examples. Each key grammar point is followed by a 20-question exercise where you can test and grade your understanding.

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  • Comprehensive resource for learning and practicing noun-verb agreement. Includes singular/plural nouns, irregular nouns, count/non-count, quantifiers and agreement. Detailed explanations and quizzes.

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  • Collective nouns are groups of people, places and things, such as family, band, bunch and team. This lesson teaches the words and phrases we use to refer to these groups and offers an exercise to test your knowledge.

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  • Identify the types of nouns in this quiz. Concrete nouns name people, places, or things that can be seen or recognized through any of the five senses. Abstract nouns are nouns that name other things such as ideas, actions, conditions, and qualities.

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  • This is a multiple choice quiz about plurals. There are 3 levels (A,B & C). At the end of the quiz a full report of your answers is given with your score.

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  • Match the singular nouns with the correct plural nouns. Words include both regular and irregular nouns.

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  • How well do you know the 7 different types of nouns? There are 4 sets of lists to try and sort. Read each noun and then click and drag it to the correct noun list.

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  • A noun is a person, place or thing. Learn more about nouns in this study lesson. Countable/non-countable nouns, possessive nouns, adjective nouns and more are included.

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  • This is a game about compound nouns. Build a family of snowmen as you review four different skills. Select the word below that completes the compound word.

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  • Select the correct plural form in these sentences.Read the sentence first and check your answer with the drop down box.

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  • Twin sisters Pearl and Flora lost their friends in the bubble machine. Help them get their friends out by choosing the correct plural form of the given word. You can choose to play a multiple choice game or fill in the blank. You can also choose your difficulty level.

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  • Practice your understanding of the spelling of nouns ending in a 'y' by changing the singular nouns into plurals. Check your score to see how well you have done.

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  • This is a game where you answer questions on plural nouns to win billions. Select how many players, your team color and character you want to play as, then start the quiz! The questions get harder the more you get right. How many plural nouns can you identify correctly in the time?

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  • This multi-level game helps you to understand different types words: nouns, verbs or adjectives. Choose your level and find 5 words to launch your rocket. For each planet, you have one type of word. Drag the words you think are right to the word box and watch the rocket blast off.

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  • Match up the cards to make new compound words. First, click a card. read the word, then find another word to join by clicking another card. Continue until all cards are flipped. If you get it right the 2 cards stay green. If you get it wrong the cards turn red and you can try again. There are 7 difficulty levels to choose from.

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