What Are Common Nouns?
Common nouns are a kind of nouns that we do not specifically express in our writing. For example, if we use a person's name in a sentence like Alex eats an apple, the subject is not a common noun. If we are writing in a general tone like a girl loves mango, here, the subject is a common noun. Noun, whether it is a proper or common noun, can refer it from any living or non-living inanimate or animate—common noun help in abstracting ideas and concept whether its purpose is conveying or understanding. For example, if we are using aunt in a sentence, it implies that a writer tries to explain something about family. The word 'aunt' is a common noun until we change it into a proper noun such as Aunt Jennifer. A common noun is generalized as compared to a pronoun. For example, if we are writing names of the months like January, may, march, we will call them a proper noun. If we use only a word month instead of their specification, we will consider it a common noun. Typically, common are always be the subject of the sentence that writes at the beginning of the sentence.