5 examples of proper nouns, definition and examples
The words that meet the unique and unmatched beings in the universe are called ‘proper noun’. All proper noun (every word that makes up the noun and titles describing and introducing them) starts with a capital letter.
Here are Common Noun Detailed Expressions.
If it does not start with a capital letter, it is considered a common noun. For example; Jim, Tomas, London, Washington, Seoul, Ronaldo, Blue Church, Elizabet, John, La Case De Papel, English, English Language. The main proper nouns are:
Here are 5 examples of proper nouns;
1. Human noun: John, Carry, Todd, Jenica, Melissa etc.
2. Institution, establishment, institution, authority, university nouns: Saint John High School, Health Association, British Language Institute, Oxford University, New York Governorship etc.
3. Nation, tribe, religion, sect nouns: British, German, Greek, American, Indian, Russian, Jewish, Christian, Judaism, Christianity etc.
4. Language nouns: Persian, English, French, Hungarian, Finnish, Tibetan etc.
5. Country and region nouns: UK, India, France, West Germany, South Yemen, Eastern Europe etc.