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Noun

10th Class - CBSE - English - 619 Questions - 3 Concepts

Important Questions

Q1 Single Correct Hard
Identify the nouns and their types using the most suitable option:
Wisdom is better than strength.
  • A. wisdom - Common; strength - Abstract
  • B. wisdom - Proper
  • C. wisdom - Abstract; strength - Abstract
  • D. strength - Common

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Q2 Single Correct Hard
Identify the noun using the most suitable option:
Never tell a lie.
  • A. Common
  • B. Proper
  • C. Collective 
  • D. Abstract

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Q3 Subjective Medium
Use a bit of/a piece of/a bunch of/a lump of/a cloud of with the italicised noun in the following sentence. The first has been done for you as an example.

The information you gave was very useful.

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Q4 Subjective Medium
Use a bit of/a piece of/a bunch of/a lump of/a cloud of with the italicised noun in the following sentence. The first has been done for you as an example.

Because of these factories, smoke hangs over the city.

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Q5 Subjective Medium
Use a bit of/a piece of/a bunch of/a lump of/a cloud of with the italicised noun in the following sentence. The first has been done for you as an example.
My teacher gave me some advice.

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Q6 Subjective Medium
Use a bit of/a piece of/a bunch of/a lump of/a cloud of with the italicised noun in the following sentence. The first has been done for you as an example.

Two stones rubbed together can produce sparks of fire.

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Q7 Subjective Medium
Look at these example from the text, and say whether the modifiers (in italics) are nouns, proper nouns or adjective plus noun.
The iron railings

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Q8 Subjective Medium
Use a bit of/a piece of/a bunch of/a lump of/a cloud of with the italicised noun in the following sentence. The first has been done for you as an example.

Can you give me some clay, please?

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Q9 Subjective Medium
Look at these examples from the text, and say whether the modifiers (in italics) are noun, proper noun, or adjective plus noun.

The London streets

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Q10 Subjective Medium
Look at these examples from the text, and say whether the modifiers (in italics) are noun, proper noun, or adjective plus a noun.

The Tigris marshes

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