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2.  Noun – a person, place or thing

A noun is a descriptive word

Grandma’s party is so posh that there is a master of ceremonies at the door who announces (a noun) the names of all the people arriving at the party.

To remember that a noun equates to a person, place or thing, see how the announcer (a noun) performs below:

Whenever a guest arrives at the party, the announcer (a noun) has to say…

A noun describes person place and thing

Who the person is dressed as:   Elvis

The place they come from:        Memphis

The thing they are carrying:      microphone

Other examples

A noun describes person place and thing

Who the person is dressed as:         Dracula

The place they come from               Transylvania

The thing they are carrying             coffin

 A noun describes person place and thing

Who the person is dressed as:             King Arthur

The place they come from                   Camelot

The thing they are carrying                  Excalibur

A noun describes person place and thing 

Who the person is dressed as                 Robin Hood

The place they come from                      Sherwood

The thing they are carrying                    bow

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