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A collective noun is a noun used to group people or things takentogether as one whole in a descriptive way. Some nouns are by definition collective nouns such as crowd , he…rd , or bouquet , words for groups. Some nouns can sometimes function ascollective nouns or not: "Please set the table ." (not a collective noun) or "a table of contents" (a collective noun). And some nouns are usedas collective nouns because people like the way they sound or theway they color the image of a group; for example, "a stand of flamingos" and "a flamboyance of flamingos". Both are standard collective nounsfor flamingos. Some examples are: . an army of ants . a bouquet of flowers . a band of gorillas . a class of students . a den of thieves . a fleet of cars . a gang of hoodlums . a team of players The plural form of the collective noun is used when there are twoor more groups: . books of matches . bouquets of flowers . bunches of bananas . classes of students . fleets of cars . teams of players
A flamingo is a common noun, you don't have to capitalize this word.
A collective noun is a word to group a plural noun for people or things. The word 'her' is a pronoun, a word that takes the place on a noun for a female, one fem…ale. There is no collective noun of one person.
Yes, the word 'collection' is a noun, a word for an accumulation of things; a word for a group of something gathered; a word for a group of works of art or literature; a w…ord for a thing.
Noun forms for the verb collect are collector, collection, and the gerund, collecting. The word 'collect' is a noun (in church use) as a word for a short praye…r, especially one assigned to a particular day or season.
There is no specific collective noun for "collective nouns." However, I have seen a list of collective nouns and a page of collective nouns.
Nouns are not describing words, adjectives describe a noun and flamingo is a noun. Some adjectives to describe a flamingo are: talllong leggedwadingpinkomnivorousbeautifulele…gantfabulous
No, the word 'collects' is a verb ; the third person,singular of the verb to collect. The verb to 'collect' means to gather or to accumulate; a word foran action. The noun … forms of the verb to collect are collector , collection , collective , and the gerund, collecting .
A collective noun is a word used to group people or things taken together as one whole in a descriptive way. Examples: A flock of sheep. A stable of ho…rses A troop of monkeys A troupe of actors A panel of experts A crowd of onlookers A fleet of cars A flight of stairs A mob of kangaroos A colony of ants.
The word collect is a noun, but the noun collect has an obscure meaning: a short prayer, assigned to a particular day or season; a meeting for worship; an assembly; a collecti…on; a gathering. The word collect is a verb (collect, collects, collecting, collected); the noun form for the verb collect is a collection. The word collect is also an adverb used for the term 'to call collect' (phone call recipient pays for the call) or 'deliver collect', also called C.O.D.
The term is a collective noun; a noun used to group people or things. Some examples are: A flock of birdsA crowd of peopleA crew of workersA litter of kittensA cluster of gra…pesA pod of whales
A flock of flamingos is a correct use of the collective noun. Other collective nouns for flamingos are a flamboyance, a colony, or a stand of flamingos.
A collective noun is a noun used to group people or things in a descriptive way. There are hundreds of collective nouns, some examples are: an audience of listenersa bank of …elevatorsa crowd of onlookersa dazzle of zebrasan exaltation of angelsa flock of sheepa gang of elka herd of cowsan illusion of magiciansa journey of giraffesa kindle of kittensa library of booksa mischief of mice a nest of vipersan orchestra of musiciansa pack of wolvesa quarrel of sparrowsa raft of hipposa school of fisha team of playersan unkindness of ravensa venue of vulturesa wing of vulturesa yoke of oxen
No, the word 'they' is a personal pronoun. A personal pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun for a specific person or thing. The personal pronoun 'they…' takes the place of a plural noun, or two or more nouns as the subject of a sentence or a clause. Examples: The Browns came to visit and they brought the new baby. Jack and Jill came to visit and they brought the new baby. The houses when they were built were in an elite section of town. A collective noun is a word used to group people or things taken together as one whole in a descriptive way, for example, a crowd of people or a bouquet of flowers.
No, the word 'have' is a verb (have, has, having, had), meaning to possess, to own, to experience. A noun is a word for a person, a place, or a thing. A coll…ective noun is a noun used to group people or things in a descriptive way. Examples: My mother made a pie. (the noun 'mother' is a word for a person, the noun 'pie' is a word for a thing) My mother made a batch of pies. (the noun 'batch' is a collective noun used to group a number of pies) We will have pie for dinner.
A collective noun is a noun used to group people or things in a descriptive way. Examples are: an army of ants a band of gorillas a bed of roses … a caravan of camels a dazzle of zebras an exaltation of angels a flotilla of boats a gang of thieves a huddle of penguins an illusion of magicians a kaleidoscope of butterflies a library of books a mob of kangaroos a nest of vipers an ostentation of peacocks a pack of cards a plague of locusts a range of mountains a sheaf of wheat a troop of soldiers
No, the word 'he' is a pronoun . A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. The pronoun 'he' is a personal pronoun , a word that takesthe place of a s…ingular noun for a male as the subject of asentence or a clause. A collective noun is a noun used to group people or thingsin a descriptive way. Example: Jack stood still as he watched a flock of birds fill the trees around him. . The pronoun 'he' takes the place of the noun 'Jack' as thesubject of the second part of the sentence. . The collective noun 'flock' groups the birds into a singlegroup.