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A noun that refers to more than one person or object and represents a group of people, animals, or objects is called a _____ noun.
A noun that refers to more than one person or object and represents a group of people, animals, or objects is called a Collective noun.
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User: A noun that refers to more than one person or object and represents a group of people, animals, or objects is called a _____ noun.

Weegy: A noun is a part of speech typically denoting a person, thing, place or idea. In linguistics, a noun is a member of a large, open lexical category whose members can occur as the main word in the subject of a clause, the object of a verb, [ or the object of a preposition. ]
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Asked 12/19/2012 9:23:33 AM
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A noun that refers to more than one person or object and represents a group of people, animals, or objects is called a Collective noun.
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The anwser is colective noun. :)
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Collective noun e.g. Congregation, audience, couple, family, etc.
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Abxwin, please restate the question in your answers. Please review the Weegy basic rules here:
Added 12/19/2012 9:40:58 AM
Jay901, thanks. I have done the review from the Weegy basic rule and will take note of the correction in the future. I think there is no need to restate it again since you have done that already.
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bambam25372, please do not post duplicate answers.
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Select the correct use of the past tense form. verb: forbid His mother forbade him to go. His mother forbid him to go.
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The sentence that uses the correct past tense of forbid is:
His mother forbade him to go.
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In grammar, inflection or inflexion is the modification of a word to express different grammatical categories such as tense, grammatical mood, grammatical voice, aspect, person, number, gender and case. Conjugation is the inflection of verbs; declension is the inflection of nouns, adjectives and pronouns.
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Affirmative can mean:
1. Asserting that something is true or correct, as with the answer "yes": an affirmative reply.
2. Giving assent or approval; confirming: an affirmative vote.
3. Positive; optimistic: an affirmative outlook.
4. Logic Of, relating to, or being a proposition in which the predicate affirms something about the subject, such as the statement apples have seeds.
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1). is modification of a word to express different grammatical categories such as tense.

2).is Giving assent or approval; confirming: an affirmative vote.
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