15 Collective Nouns to Describe People – English Grammar Lesson

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A collective noun is a noun that refers to a group and in today’s lesson we will focus on collective nouns that refer to groups of people. Here are 15 common collective nouns that refer to groups of people: army,  audience,  band,  board,  choir, class,  community,  crew,  crowd,  family,  group,  panel,  staff,  team, &  troupe For example: An army is a …

One Point English Lesson: Using Plural Nouns When Speaking “Generally”

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Listen to the lesson as you read: [powerpress url=”http://blog.myhappyenglish.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Using-Plural-Nouns-When-Speaking-Generally1.mp3″] Ok, so here is an important point that will help you sound more natural when you use English. As you know nouns in English can be countable, like pen → pens, or banana → bananas, and non-countable, like fruit or water. When we are talking about things in general, in other …