When finished, try the Common-Proper Nouns Quiz
Proper nouns are words that name a specific person, place, thing or idea. Proper nouns are capitalized so the reader can tell them apart from common nouns.
Common nouns do not name a specific person, place, thing or idea. Common nouns are not capitalized unless they are at the beginning of a sentence or part of a title.
|Proper – George Washington
Common – man
|Proper – White House
Common – building
|Proper – United States Constitution
Common – document
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