Nouns ( Which underlined word is the noun?)
Proper or Common
Types of Nouns
Plural or singular
adjectives or adverb
100

A swamp is a wet muddy area

swamp

100

Santa Fe

Proper

100

Keeping a journal is a good way to practice your writing

concrete noun

100

Schedule

singular

100

The loon flew silently over the lake. 

Adverb

200

Some swamps contain more dangerous animals. 

animals

200

pencils

Common

200

It can also help you understand and record your feelings in your book.

abstract

200

lessons

plural

200

It landed gently on the water

adverb

300

Water lilies and other thick shrubs grow well in the moist swamp floor

shrubs

300

Fiesta de Santa Fe

Proper

300

You might feel a bunch of different emotions in a day. 

collective

300

Feet

plural

300

The calm surface of the lake looked like a mirror.

adjective

400

Some swamps that contain salt water are called mangrove swamps

water

400

Chihuahua

Proper
400

Later you might disagree with a friend on your soccer team

collective

400

Children

plural

400

The sky sparkled with bright stars

adjective

500

Pelicans,snails and other sea animals live in mangrove swamps. 

Pelicans

500

Governors

Common

500

It is like an old friend where you keep your personal feelings. 

concrete

500
Moose

Either

500

Name one adjective and one adverb

The moonlight quietly made a shiny trail on the water. 

adjective: shiny

Adverb: quietly

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