Name a collective noun for a group of birds?
A collective noun is a word used to group people or things together. Examples of collective nouns are 'class', 'team', and 'family'. Remember, collective nouns are always singular!
A collective noun is a word used to describe a group of people, animals, or things. Examples of collective nouns include flock, herd, team, and family. When using collective nouns, you must use a singular verb form. For example, 'the flock is grazing in the field.' Collective nouns can be fun to use because they can be creative. For example, instead of saying 'a group of students', you could say 'a cohort of students'.
What is the best collective noun for a group of 3rd graders?
- A Classroom of Students
- A Group of Scholars
- A Flock of Friends
The collective noun for a group of lions is called a ‘pride’. The collective noun for a group of owls is called a ‘parliament’. The collective noun for a group of woodpeckers is called a ‘descent’.
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What are some of the collective nouns you've heard of?
Can you think of a collective noun that describes a group of lions?