Author Sandi4505 in English, 07.28.2018

I need help with nouns, what Would Be the nouns in this sentence, Cecil can mow the grass

Answered by Kbattle848

The nouns in the sentence are Cecil and grass.

Answered by Lurky

The nouns would be "Cecil" and "grass." A noun is a person, place, or thing. So if something is a person, a place, or an object of some sort (grass, pie, cows) then it's a noun.

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