Verbal Ability Nouns - Solved Examples


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Q 1 − Martina Hingis is an example of a/an:

A - Common noun

B - Proper noun

C - Concrete noun

D - Abstract noun

Answer - B

Explanation

Names used to identify people, places, etc., are proper nouns


Answer - C

Explanation

Names used for groups and collections are collective nouns.


Answer - A

Explanation

“Father” is a countable noun, hence can be made plural; “law” is not a countable word, hence “father-in-laws” is wrong; “fathers-in-law” is correct.


Answer - B

Explanation

“Oxen” is the plural of “Ox”.


Answer - B

Explanation

“Toys” is the plural of “toy”.


Q 6 − The word “batch” is an example of :

A - Common noun

B - Proper noun

C - Collective noun

D - Abstract noun

Answer - C

Explanation

A batch means a collection of something.


Q 7 − College is an example of a/an:

A - Common noun

B - Proper noun

C - Concrete noun

D - Abstract noun

Answer - A

Explanation

The word “college” is a representation of any college.


Answer - C

Explanation

Names used to identify people, places, etc., are proper nouns


Answer - A

Explanation

Names used to identify types of people, places, etc., are common nouns


Answer - B

Explanation

Names used for things we can touch and feel are concrete nouns.



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