Basic English Nouns

Basic English Nouns2017-11-27T08:14:49+02:00

Nouns represent people or things. You’ll need them whenever you want to refer to somebody or something. Memorize the English nouns below and you’ll be well equipped for almost every basic conversation.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning English“.

Basic Words & Phrases: Nouns

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Important nouns

EnglishPronunciation
(Audio)
child
children
man
men
woman
women
family
families
town
city

towns
cities

country
countries
world
worlds
house
houses
car
cars
street
road

streets
roads

shop
shops
door
doors
table
tables
chair
chairs
window
windows
newspaper
newspapers
book
books
pen
pens
bag
bags
rucksack
rucksacks
happiness
love
flower
flowers
ball
balls
work
works
vacation
vacations
passport
passports
language
languages
question
questions
answer
answers
beginning
start

beginnings
starts

end
ends

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country
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