American English Food Nouns Flashcards Audio

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Watch this video and listen to spoken American English. This video has over 50 flashcards for you to study and learn American English pronunciation. Watch, listen and speak English now with this noun flashcard video with food.

A noun is just one of “The Eight Parts” of the English language. A noun is the name of a person, place, thing or idea. A proper noun is a word that always starts with a capital letter or to name a specific one-of-a-kind item. Common nouns are words used to name general items.

Please note that a word is just a word until you decide how to use it. Most nouns can also be used as a verb. Examples Common nouns are in bold type. Q: Is that your car? A: Yes, I just bought it a few days ago.

Q: Why are they running down the street? A: They need to catch the bus!

Q: Do you want to buy a pair of jeans? A: Yes, let’s go to the shop!

Q: What is your fathers name? A: His name is Bob.

Q: What city do you live in? A: I live in London.

Q: Who is Mr Jones married to? A: He is married to Sally.

Vocabulary Bank Specific: Compare to just one or the word “exact”. One-of-a-kind: Only one was created. Common: Something there is many of. Catch: To get on the bus before it leaves. Decide: To choose something from another or others.