Learn English Today: Common Nouns, Proper Nouns & Pronouns

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In this course you will get top quality English tutoring to help you be successful at nouns in the English language. We cover the different types of nouns; common, proper and pronouns. You will get practical, step by step explanations, practice examples and demonstration lessons. Nouns are a crucial part of English and so important for the rest of your journey as an English student so join us in this course as we help you achieve your goals.

This course is engaging, practical and takes you on a powerful journey that supports your journey as a student.

Get the following when you enroll:

  • Engaging lessons that teach you key concepts and build up your confidence so you can apply what you’ve learnt
  • A whiteboard lesson that teaches you an overview of the course and your journey of transformation to achieve your goals
  • Practice questions for each concept so you can take action and apply what you have learnt and make sufficient progress
  • Downloadable worksheets that you can refer to and get the answers and explanations you need for future reference
  • Access to Caithlin Rusty at any time through the messaging and assignments feature of the platform
  • Encouragement from other students who are focused on the same goal, just like you

Enrol today and we look forward to seeing your success as an English student!

What you’ll learn

  • A common nouns is a generic name for a person, place, thing or animal
  • A common noun can not be capitalised unless it either begins a sentence or appears in a title
  • Knowing when and how to use common nouns
  • Word placement in English and how it will help you succeed with English
  • Common nouns can further be classified into proper nouns
  • Common nouns denote a class of objects but proper nouns are specific
  • Pronouns are used in a sentence in place of a noun
  • There are three cases with personal pronouns
  • Demonstrative Pronouns are used to show one or more nouns that might be far or near in distance and time
  • Interrogative pronouns are used to ask questions about the noun we are referring to
  • Relative pronouns are used to connect clauses together
  • Indefinite pronouns are used when referring to things that are unspecified
  • Reciprocal pronouns are uses when a group of nouns are doing the same thing
  • Reflexive and intensive pronouns are used when showing a noun which has been used in an earlier part of the sentence


  • No requirements other than a very basic level of English

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who wants to learn English better
  • Anyone who wants to learn about the different types of nouns and practice examples

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