Parsing of The Noun - 24

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Parsing of The Noun.


To parse a Noun we must first say what kind of Noun it is. We should next mention its gender.  We should then give its number. Lastly, we should name its case.   

A Few Models.

The thief escaped from the policeman’s hand. 
Thief is a common noun in the masculine gender, singular number, nominative case, being the subject of the verb ‘escaped’.   
Policeman’s — Common noun, masculine gender, singular number, possessive case, depending upon the hand. 
Hand — Common noun, neuter gender, singular number, objective case governed by the preposition ‘from’.   

Napoleon’s army was defeated at Waterloo. 
Napoleon’s — Proper noun, masculine gender, singular number, possessive case, depending upon the noun ‘army’. 
Army — Collective noun, neuter gender, singular number, nominative case, subject to the verb ‘was defeated’. 
Waterloo — Proper noun, neuter gender, singular number, objective case, governed by the preposition ‘at’. 

Iron is the most useful metal. 
Iron — Material noun, neuter gender, singular number, nominative case, subject of the verb ‘is’. 
Metal — Common noun, neuter gender, singular number, nominative case, being the nominative after the verb ‘is’.   

Mercy is divine.  Mercy — Abstract noun, neuter gender, singular number, nominative case, subject of the verb ‘is’.   

Parse the Nouns in the following sentence.

The moon rose above the horizon and began to climb the sky.

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