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What is a conjunction?

It is a word which connects two or more than two words phrases clause or sentences.

For example, he shall do it before I return. In this sentence ‘before’ is used as a Conjunction.

 Here is the 10 example of conjunction in a sentence.

Conjunction or divided into two main types, Co-ordinate conjunction and Subordinating conjunction.

Co-ordinate Conjunction are four kinds:
  1. Cumulative or Copulative Conjunction
  2. Alternative Conjunction
  3. Adversative Conjunction
  4. Illative Conjunction

Here is the example of Co-ordinate Conjunctions.

Examples of Cumulative or Copulative Conjunction:


  • I read and write.
  • Suman and Subhankar are friends.
  • Be just and fear not.

Both- and:

  • Both he and his sister will go.

As well as:

  • Suman, as well as his sister, will go.

Not only- but also:

  • Not only she but his brother also will go.


  • He was there and you also.
Examples of Alternative Conjunction:


  • Make haste or you will be late.
  • Study or you will fail.


  • Either he or his brother will go.
  • Either he or his friends did it.

Neither- nor:

  • Neither he nor his brother will go.


  • Work hard otherwise, you will fail.
Examples of Adversative Conjunction:

But, yet, still:

  • He is poor but he is honest.
  • He is rich but miserly.


  • You are guilty however I don’t pardon you this time.

On the contrary:

  • I do not hate him, on the contrary, I love him so much.


  • You failed while your brother passed.
  • He works while you play


  • You may come only make no noise.
Examples of Illative Conjunctions:

Therefore, so, consequently:

  • He did not study hard therefore he failed.
  • You have opposed me, therefore I cannot help my brother.


  • I do not like him for he is a bad boy.


Examples of Subordinating Conjunction:

These are the example of Subordinating Conjunction.


Till, until:

  • Wait till it is night.
  • Wait until I come.
  • Until I return, stay where you are.


  • He came after I had left.


  • Ask before he could do the work.
  • Do not before I come.


  • He came when I was there.
  • I went there when he was ill.


  • Don’t go out while it rains.
  • While there is life, there is hope.


  • I have not seen him since I came.
Cause or reason

As, since:

  • As I am ill I cannot go.
  • Do as you are bidden.


  • He cannot work because he is ill.

That, so that:

  • He works hard that he may win the first prize.
  • Live well so that you may die well.


  • I work hard lest I should fail.
  • He fled lest he should be killed.


  • He wrote to us that he would not come.
  • I hear that he has come.
  • Sit down that you may not be hurt.


  • I shall go if you come.
  • I don’t know if he will be here.
  • If you would be healthy, be good.
  • If you read you will learn.


I shall fail unless you help me in the study.


  • I shall go there whether you like it or not.


  • I sell help you provided you to obey me.

So that:

  • He worked so hard that he fell ill.

Such that:

  • Shyam is such a fool that I cannot rely on him.


  • She is as tall as you.


  • She is taller than you are.

So- as:

  • I am not so tall as you are.

As- so:

  • As you sow so shall you reap?

According as:

  • They will be chosen according as they are fit.


  • Poor as I am, I am honest.


  • Though he is poor he is honest.
  • Though you are strong, I care a straw for you.


  • However strong she is she cannot do this.
  • You are wrong, however, you are pardoned this time.
  • However rich you may be, I do not care for you.


  • Whoever you may be just getting out from my room.


  • Whatever you say I do not believe you.

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What is a noun?

The noun is the name of a place, a person or thing. Here are the 10 examples of noun sentences

There are five kinds of noun

  1. Proper noun
  2. Common noun
  3. Material noun
  4. Abstract noun
  5. Collective noun

So now take a look of examples of noun sentences

Proper Noun examples:

 It stands for the name of a particular person or place

  1. Rabindranath: Rabindranath is the greatest poet of India
  2. London: London is a great city
  3. Delhi: Delhi is the capital of India
  4. Suman: Suman is a good boy
  5. Priyanka: Priyanka is a good girl
  6. Rakesh: Rakesh is a bad boy
  7. Ganga (The name of the river): The Ganga
  8. French Revolution: The French revolution
  9. Hindu: The Hindus
  10. Ramayana: The Ramayana
  11. Kalidas: Kalidas is the Shakespeare of India
  12. Suresh: Suresh is my friend
  13. John: Help me, John
  14. Jhargram: Jhargram is a famous place for its natural beauty
  15. Jupiter: Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system
  16. Valmiki: Valmiki is the homer of India
  17. Saint Xavier: I am a student of Saint Xavier college
  18. Google (A company): She works in google
  19. December(a movie): December is a good movie
  20. McDonald: I love McDonald’s burger
  21. Virat Kohli: Virat Kohli is my favorite player
  22. Ronaldo: Ronaldo is my favorite footballer
  23. Macbeth: Do you read Macbeth?
  24. Nokia: My favorite cell phone brand is Nokia
  25. Mrs. Bose: Mrs. Bose is a good teacher
  26. Titanic: Do you watch Titanic?
  27. 5 stars (A chocolate name): I love chocolates, but 5 stars is my favorite chocolate
  28. Mumpi (name of a girl): I love you Mumpi
  29. Subrata: I know Subrata who gave you the book
  30. Gold: Gold is a very valuable material

Person:  Ram, Sham, Priyanka, Queen Elizabeth, Barack Obama Virat Kohli, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Amitabh Bachchan, Sachin Tendulkar, Jesus Christ, Sania, etc

Place:  Jhargram, Kolkata, London, Mumbai, berlin, Canada, Spain, United states of America, China, Dubai, Rajasthan, Africa, etc.

Thing:  band-aid, Coca-Cola, sprite, mountain dew, Cadbury, etc.

Time:  Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, etc.

Movie:  Titanic, Black Panther, Red Sparrow, Avengers: Infinity war, ocean’s 8, Mission impossible 2, etc.

Always remember that proper nouns are written with a capital letter at the beginning

Common Noun examples:

Common noun stands for a name given in common to every person or thing

  1. Book: A book like, the Bible, the Vedas, the Quran
  2. Rivers: There are several rivers are in India
  3. Boys: How many boys are there in the class?
  4. Girls: How many girls are in the hostel
  5. College: How many students are in college?
  6. Teacher: Everyone should obey their teacher
  7. Fish: Fish live in water
  8. Flowers: Flowers smell sweet
  9. Children: Children are god gifted
  10. Pajamas (one type of pant): I love pajamas
  11. Buses: There are so many buses in the bus stand
Material Noun examples:

This stands for the matter of the substance of which it is made, such as gold, coal, tea

  1. Gold: Gold is a valuable material
  2. Tea: Tea of Darjeeling is world famous
  3. Wood: This table made of wood
  4. Iron: The self is made of iron
  5. Diamond: Do you love diamond jewellery?
  6. Flesh: The flesh of a sheep
  7. Brick: The building is built of brick
  8. Gold: The ring is made of gold
  9. Silicon: The reflectors are made of silicon
  10. Coal: The heat is generated from coal
Abstract Noun examples:

It is the name of an idea, concept quality or state

  1.  Smile: Her smile is so sweet
  2. Silence: Your silence means a lot to me
  3. Wealth: A person of wealth and influence
  4. Is personal wealth is estimated at around $200 billion
  5. Softness: The softness of her skin
  6. Movement: Loose clothing gives you greater freedom of movement
  7. Enemy troops movement
  8. Laughter: A house full of laughter
  9. He was bent over with suppressed laughter
  10. Death: Death comes to everyone
  11. Do you believe in life after death?
  12. Childhood: Childhood is the best part of life
  13. Theft: Police are investigating the theft of jewellery from the jewellery shop
  14. She admitted that theft of one pair of shoes
Collective Noun examples:

Collective nouns of stands for a group of collections of person or thing has taken together as a one hole

  1.  Crowd: The crowd of the Delhi
  2. Mob: The mob of angry people
  3. Fleet: A fleet of ships
  4. Flock: A flock of sheep
  5. Army: An army of soldiers
  6. Crowd: A crowd of people
  7. Students: Students of the class
  8. Committee: Are you on the committee?
  9. Audience: The target audience for this advertisement was mainly teenagers
  10. Team: A team of experts has been called in to investigate this robbery
  11. Herd: A herd of elephants in the jungle
  12. A herd of cows in the field
  13. A herd of cattle is passing
  14. Jury: The jury has issued a notice

A Noun can be also classified as Countable Noun and Uncountable Noun

Countable Noun examples:

It stands for something that can be counted

  1. House: He went into the house
  2. Apple: I love apple
  3. Tree: The tree produced tiny pink blossoms
  4. Boys: There are several boys in the classroom
Uncountable Noun examples:

 For something that cannot be counted, they can be measured

  1. Water: Give me a glass of water
  2. Air: The air is polluted
  3. Woods: Furniture made of a variety of different woods
  4. All the furniture was made of wood
  5. Sand: A grain of sand
  6. Concrete: Concrete is a mixture of sand and cement
  7. Grass: The field full of grasses


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What is A Pronoun?

A Pronoun is a word that replaces a noun or equivalent in a sentence. So let’s see the examples of Pronouns in a sentence

Personal Pronoun

Personal pronouns are stand for persons, viz

  • First person- I, my, me, we, our
  • Second Person- As, you, thou, your
  • Third Person-As, he, she, it, they, their
Examples of Personal Pronouns:
  1. They were present there
  2.  He knows
  3.  We shall go
  4.  I saw her
  5.  I gave him a mobile
  6.  Don’t speak to her
  7.  Between him and me
  8.  We tried for him
  9.  Who is there?
  10.  Was it he?
  11.  It is I.
  12.  Yes, it was he.
  13.  It was he who helped me
  14.  It was I who arranged the meeting
  15.  The boy is known to him and me
  16.  I brought this for you and him
  17.  She is more intelligent than I(am)
  18.  He knows you more than me
  19.  I don’t have more money than he
  20.  She is more intelligent than me
  21.  She is shorter than me
  22.  I know you better than him
  23.  Nobody was present there but me
  24.  Let us go
  25.  Let him and I do the job
Demonstrative pronoun

Demonstrative Pronouns are this, that, these, those, such, so, the same, one, when

Demonstrative Pronoun examples
  1.  This is my home
  2. That is my house
  3. What I mean is this
  4. Work and play are both necessary, this gives us rest, that gives energy
  5. Dogs are more painful than any pets
  6.  The book is better that of Suman
  7. He went there, and this proves his courage


Relative Pronoun

The Relative Pronouns are who, which, that, what, as and but also used as Relatives

Relative Pronoun examples
  1. The book which you gave me is lost
  2.  I want the boy that did it
  3. I know the man who came
  4. This is the cat which I saw
  5. The baby who is was crying is not quite
  6. Small pass the examination, which pleased everybody
  7. It was raining heavily, which kept us Indoors
  8. This is the book that I saw in the library
  9. I know what you say
  10.  What you say is true
  11. The man who came here was my uncle
  12.  I know Mr. Javed, who is a businessman
  13. These are the boys who were present there
  14. Please tell me to whom I should speak
  15. I saw your father who recognized me
  16. Who did you give it to?
  17. I have seen the picture, which you have painted and which is very lifelike
  18. I went to his house, which is far away from the town but which can be reached easily by motorcycle
  19. Only such boys as having passed Need apply
  20.  I give him as much as required
  21. This is true as I said before
Interrogative Pronouns

Interrogative Pronouns are who, which, what with whose and whom.

Interrogative Pronouns examples:
  1.  Who are you?
  2. Whom do you want?
  3. Which is the house?
  4. Who goes there?
  5. Which of these do you want?
  6. What is he?
  7. What do you want?
  8. What folly! What a clever boy you are!
Distributive Pronoun

Distributive pronouns are each, either and neither

Distributive Pronouns examples:
  1. Either of you may go
  2. Neither of them was present
  3. Each of the two or five boys was fined
  4. Each has his own ideas
  5. The boys each have their work
  6. We each have done our work
  7. Each of the girls has done her work
Reflexive and Emphatic pronoun

Reflexive and emphatic pronouns are formed by adding self to my, your, her, it, him and selves to our, your, them. For example, itself, myself, yourself, himself, Herself, themselves, yourselves, ourselves

Reflexive and emphatic pronouns examples:
  1.  I hurt myself
  2. He lost himself
  3. They hurt themselves
  4. I myself saw the men
  5. I saw the man himself
  6. I did it for myself
Indefinite Pronoun

Indefinite pronouns do not point out any particular person or thing. But referring to a person or thing to the general manager. They are any, one, none, naught, aught, other, another, several, many, few, all, they, some

Indefinite pronouns examples:
  1. Have you seen any man there?
  2.  Have you seen any dog in there?
  3. I want a few tables, can you give me any?
  4. Some say, she will come
  5. Suman has many books, some are new, some old
  6. One must do one‘s duty
  7. One does not know when one will die
  8.  None of these concerns me
  9. None but fools have ever believed it
  10. The fruits that you gave me and others are also exhausted
  11. They say a war will break out
  12. Many are called, but few are chosen
Reciprocal Pronoun

When there are two people we use ‘each other’ and for more than two we used ‘one another’

Reciprocal Pronouns examples
  1. The girls fought with one another
  2. Maity and Sharma struck each other
Exercises on Pronoun:
Personal pronouns exercises

Point out the personal pronouns

  1. He told me to call him
  2. I have lost the book you gave me
  3. Do as I tell you
  4. I have sent your brother to him
  5. They are angry with me
  6. A friend of yours asked me for it
  7. It is a pleasure to talk with him
  8. This book is his not yours
  9. We will follow you
  10. He told them that they should mind their business
  11. It is known that you help me him
  12. I know that it was they that did it
  13. We should do what you tell us to do
  14. It was this book that I wanted
  15. It is 5 o’clock
  16. This pen is his, where is mine?
  17. It was with pleasure that I did the work
  18. State that you give them that advice
Demonstrative Pronouns exercises

Fill up the blanks with demonstrative pronouns

  1. The boy is taller than_
  2. _ is a lame excuse
  3. If you are a friend prove yourself as_
  4. His house is bigger than_ of Rakesh
  5. These things are better than_ supplied by him
  6. He said_
  7. His works are like_ of his brother
  8. Both are good but_ is more useful than_
  9. I help him and_ proves that I love him
  10. I help him and_ proved my love for him
Relative Pronouns exercises

Join the following sentences with relative pronouns

  1. I know the boy. He did it.
  2. The book is lost. I bought it.
  3. I help the man. Their houses were burnt down
  4. You have taught me a lesson. I shall not forget it
  5. A boy came to me. His name I do not know
  6. I shall tell it to Suman. You know him
  7. A boy came to me. I had never seen him before
  8. I have got that thing. I wanted it badly
  9. You must obey me. I am your superior
Interrogative Pronouns exercises

Fill in the blanks with suitable Interrogative  Pronouns

  1. _ do you see there?
  2. _ is the name of the boy?
  3. _ are the things in your bag?
  4. _ is the best girl here?
  5. _ is that man there?
  6. _ of these pens is yours?
  7. Of _ are they talking?
  8. _ where are the toys made of?
  9. _ shall I choose, Shubhankar or Suman?
  10. _ are you speaking to?

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Basically, an article is an adjective. Like adjective articles modify nouns.

There are two articles in English- The and A/An. ‘The’ is used to refer to specific or particular nouns, ‘a/an’ is used to modify no specific nouns. We call ‘The‘ definite article and ‘A/An‘ the indefinite article.

For example, if I say, “Let’s read the book, “I mean a specific book. If I say, “let’s read a book” then I mean any book rather than a specific book.

Let’s look at each types of article a little more closely and Find out what is an article exactly.


There are two types of article. And those are:

  1. Indefinite article.
  2. Definite article.

‘A’ and ‘An’ these are indefinite article.

‘A’ and ‘An’ signal that the noun modified is indefinite, referring to any number of a group. For example,

  • “My daughter really wants a dog for Christmas”. This refers to any dog. We don’t know which dog because we haven’t found the dog yet.
  • “When I was at the zoo, I saw an elephant?” There are probably several elephants at the zoo, but there is only one, we are talking about here.

Remember one thing, using ‘a’ or ‘an’ depends on the sound that begins the next word. So…

  • ‘A’ + Singular noun beginning with a consonant.

For example, A zoo, A car, A bus, A bike, A tree.

  • ‘An’ + Singular noun beginning with a vowel.

For example, An elephant, An egg, An orphan.

  • ‘A’ + Singular noun beginning with a consonant sound. A user (sounds like yoo-zer, begins with a consonant ‘y’ sound, so ‘a’ is used), for example, a university, a school, a bicycle.
  • ‘An’ + nouns starting with silent ‘h’, for example, an hour.
  • ‘A ‘+ nouns starting with a pronounced ‘h’, for example, a horse.
  • Another case where this rule applies is when acronyms start with consonant letters but have vowel sounds.

For example, An MSDS (material safety data sheet) was used to record data.

  • If the noun is modified by an adjective, the choice between ‘a’ and ‘an’ depends on the initial sound of the adjective that immediately follows the article.

For example, A broken egg, An unusual problem.

  • Remember, that in English, the indefinite articles are used to indicate membership in a group.

I am a student (Here I am a member of a large group known as teachers).

John is an Englishman (Here John is a member of the people known as English).


‘The’ is definite article.

The definite article is used before singular and plural nouns when the noun is specific.

For example,

  1. The dog that bit me ran away.

Here, we are talking about a specific dog, the dog that bit me.

  1. I saw the elephant at the zoo.

Here, we talking about a specific noun. Probably there is only one elephant at the zoo.

  • The can be used with non-count nouns.

For example,

I love to sail over the water. (Some specific body of water)

  • A/an can be used only with count nouns.

For example,

I need a bottle of water.

  • Omit the before:
  1. Name of rivers.
  2. Points on the globe like the Equator, the North Pole.
  3. Geographical areas like The West.

The omission of articles.

The article “A, An, The” are omitted.

  • Before a Proper noun. for example, Delhi is the capital of India, Shakespeare was the greatest dramatist.
  • Before names of material.

For example,

  1. Silver is a useful metal.
  2. The tea of Assam is very famous (particular tea).
  • Before common noun used in its wide sense.

For example,

  1. Man is Mortal, god is omnipresent, but we say the devil.
  • Before abstract nouns as qualities feelings and States used in general science.

For example,

  1. love is a natural feeling, truth is a noble quality.

*Note- but we can say for example.

  1. The honesty of my brother is beyond any doubt.
  2. She always tells a lie.
  3. Suman always speak the truth.
  • Before a noun complement( appoint, make, select, etc).

For example,

  1. The committee appointed him captain.
  2. They elected him president.
  • Before collective nouns in general science.

For example,

  1. life is complex.
  2. society does not allow this.
  • Before languages.

For example,

  1. Arabic is a difficult language.
  2. He knows Spanish very well.
  • Before school college home Church temples work bed table Hospital market prison Court when their purpose is thought of rather than the actual building or place.

For example,

  1. we go to temple on Monday( for prayer).
  2. He went to sea in his early youth( as a sailor).
  3. I go to bed early( to sleep).
  • Before hobbies profession and sports.

For example,

  1. Painting is her profession.
  2. Gardening is his hobby.
  • Before names of disease.

For example,

  1. Cancer is a deadly disease.
  2. AIDS is spreading like Wildfire.

But we can say the measles, the mumps, the rickets, and the plague, etc

  • In certain phrases.

For example,

  1. To lose heart.
  2. To give ear.
  3. At sunrise.
  4. At home.
  5. In hand.
  6. By name.
  7. At last.
  8. To set foot.

Some hand-picked topic for you:


You can use this as a Worksheet for school or college.

I mentioned the answers to the below Questions at the bottom of the page. Let’s try your own first then correct with the answer I mentioned.
  1. _ boy
  2. _ Universal problem
  3. _ unique book
  4. _ University student
  5. _ elephant
  6. _ hourly visit
  7. _ honorable person
  8. For _ swim
  9. Have _ taste
  10. Make _ noise
  11. _ orange
  12. _ horse
  13. _ Greeks
  14. _ Indians
  15. _ judiciary
  16. _ legislature
  17. In _ air
  18. _ benefit of _ doubt
  19. Feel _ shame
  20. For _ drive
  21. Half _ dozen
  22. What is not _ child
  23. _ ass
  24. _ few students that were in _ class where sitting idle
  25. 12 inch make _ foot
  26. _ beggar cannot be _ chooser
  27. _ center of _ market
  28. _ whole class was absent
  29. _ son should be obedient
  30. _ mango is a sweet fruit
  31. Netaji was _ leader
  32. He is _ man for this job
  33. She can play _ flute
  34. Truth is _ noble quality
  35. _ Prime Minister and _ president are visiting _ town today
  36. _ first and second chapters are very difficult
  37. _ rose is a sweet flower
  38. _ Himalayas are to _ north of India
  39. There are many waterways in _ Ireland
  40. One day I will climb all _ Mount in _ Himalayas
  41. I wish I were good at _ mathematics
  42. what _ useful device _ laptop is!
  43. There are many rain forests in _ Amazon
  44. She works for _ group who helped _ poor
  45. _ World Health Organization will surely stop dengue
  46. I had _ opportunity to do it
  47. He succeeds in doing _ work
  48. This is _ charming scenery
  49. She is _ learned man
Tired of doing this don’t worry this fifty for next day


  1. The lion is called _ king of beasts
  2. The injured were taken to _ hospital
  3. They sent me _ box
  4. I am reading _ book
  5. They were calling _ boys
  6. I am living here for _ long time
  7. My father has died yesterday, he left me _ large fortune
  8. He is flying _ kite
  9. I like _ fool to be punished
  10. She laughed _ loud laugh
  11. It grows in _ heavy gale (Gale means – a very strong wind)
  12. He is _ honest man
  13. I have _ umbrella
  14. He is _ best man that I ever saw
  15. _ Rajdhani Express is _ hour late today
  16. Kalidas is _ Homer of India
  17. You must read _ Gita every day
  18. Bravo, what _ idea!
  19. I want _ pen and _ umbrella
  20. We stopped for lunch in _ small restaurant not far from _ town. We took rest for _ hour and then started for our destination
  21. Of all _ boys in _ class he is _ best. He stood first in _ last annual examination in scored _ record marks in mathematics. He is _ good sportsman. And plays _ guitar well
  22. John is one of _ best boys of our club. He has recently gone to _ U.S. and buy _ Air India flight ticket for higher studies. 
  23. One day _ English gentleman named Rowland Hill saw _ postman take _ letter up to _ gate of _ house. _ girl came out to receive it. _ price of _ postage was 1 shilling. But she had no money to pay for _ letter
  24. _ secretary and _ headmaster of _ school called _ meeting of students to discuss _ urgent matter. _ meeting considered _ proposal put forward by _ student for improvement in common room facilities. _ discussion over held in _ amicable manner.
  25. I read _ Statesman which is _ very popular newspaper
  26. Is he _ European?
  27. He is _ boy who stood first last year
  28. He is _ officer in _ army
  29. _horse is _ animal
  30. He is _ European but his wife is _ Indian
Or just 21 left. Let’s do it


  1. I have _ bicycle. _ bicycle has two wheels
  2. I paid _ visit to _ west
  3. _ tea of Darjeeling is world famous
  4. We cross _ Pacific Ocean in _ airplane
  5. _ headmaster and _ secretary love _ students
  6. _ U.A.E is prosperous country
  7. There was _explosion in _town hall today
  8. _Hunter entered _ thick up _ forest
  9. There is _ mother in every woman
  10. Land is sold here by _ acre
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What is the plural form of Fish?
The plural form of fish is also ‘fishIn singular and plural the form of Fish is same.  We can use Fish as singular or plural as per our need.
What is the plural form of Sheep?

The plural form of sheep is also Sheep. Their is no change in this.

For example,

  • Ram has one sheep.
  • Shayam has ten sheep.

But when you denote a group of sheep you can use A flock of sheep or A herd of sheep.

What is the plural form of Ox?

The plural form of ox is Oxen.


What is the plural form of Tooth?

The plural form of tooth is Teeth.

  • To clean your teeth.
What is the plural form of Foot?

The plural of foot is Feet.


What is the plural form of Goose?

The plural form of goose is Geese.

What is the plural form of Mouse?

The plural form of mouse is Mice.

What is the plural form of Deer?

The plural form of deer is also Deer.

What is the plural form of Boot?

The plural form of boot is Boots.

What is the plural form of Bush?

The plural form of bush is Bushes.

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What is the collective noun for Cars?
The collective noun for cars are:
  1. Fleet
  2. Stack
  3. Line
  • A fleet of cars
  • A stack of cars
  • A line of cars

Fleet: A group of buses, taxis, and cars are traveling together.

Stack: Its means a lot of something like cars.

Line: A row of things next to each other or behind each other.

Definition of Car:

A road vehicle with an engine and four wheels and carries passengers.

Detail of car available on Wikipedia

What is the collective noun for Flowers?

The collective noun for flowers are:

  1. Bed
  2. Bouquet
  3. Bunch
  4. Nosegay
  5. Garden

You can say:

  1. A bed of flowers
  2. A bouquet of flowers
  3. A bunch of flowers
  4. A nosegay of flowers
  5. A garden of flowers

Bed: An area of ground in a garden/yard or park for growing flowers.

Bouquet: A bunch of flowers arranged in an attractive way so that it can be carried in a ceremony.

Bunch: A large amount of something.

Nosegay: A small bunch of flowers.

Garden: A piece of land next to or around your house where you can grow flowers.

Definition of flower:

A colored part of a plant from which seeds developed.

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What is the collective noun for Pearls?

The collective nouns for pearls are:

  1. Rope
  2. String
  3. Cluster
  • A rope of pearls
  • A string of pearls
  • A cluster of pearls

Let me tell you the meanings of these words:

Rope: A number of similar things are attached together by a thread.

String: Material made of several threads twisted together, used for tying things together.

Definition of Pearl:

A small hard shiny white ball that forms inside the shell of an oyster and is of great value as a jewel.

  • A pearl necklace. 

Check out what is a pearl? in Wikipedia.

What is the collective noun for singers?

The collective nouns for singers are:

  1. Choir
  2. Chorus
  3. Harmony
  • A choir of singers.
  • A chorus of singers.
  • A harmony of singers.

Choir: A group of people who sings together.

  • She sings in the school choir.

Chorus: A large group of singers.

  • The bath festival chorus.

Harmony: The way in which different notes that are played or sung together combine to make a pleasing sound.

Definition of Singer:

A person who sings, or whose job is singing songs.

  • An opera singer.

For more detail of Singer check Wikipedia. 

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What is the collective noun for Stairs?
The collective noun for stairs are:
  1. Flight
  2. Set
You can say:
  • A flight of stairs from 1st floor to the second floor.
  • A set of stairs from 2nd floor to 3rd floor.
Meaning of these words:

Flight: A series of steps between two floors or levels.

Set: You can also use set for stairs.

Definition of Stair:

A set of steps built between two floors of a house or a building. For more information on stair check-out Wikipedia.

What is the collective noun for Sailors?

The collective nouns for sailors are: 

  1. Crew
  2. Deck
  • A crew of sailors
  • A deck of sailors

Crew: All the people working on a ship.

  • None of the passengers and the crew of sailors are injured.

Deck: The top outside floor of a ship. 

Definition of Sailor:

A Person who works on a ship as a member of the crew. 

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