Are you ready to start learning English words? Then you are at the right place.
When beginning, several English learners opt for different ways to learn the new language. Some look to begin new conversations while others focus on areas of interest to start with. These are the strategies employed by several learners. Meanwhile, some learn the curse words in English and go from there.
Another way is to learn the basics of the language. Look to learn the English noun words first. Pursuing this way should leave you with a good foundation of words to understand and use in a variety of circumstances.
English has plenty of basic noun words you need to know. The following English nouns words in this blog mentioned by Ms Sonu Goel, Director and Founder of Café Converse, Delhi’s top English Language Learning Institute will get you moving in the right direction.
People: People and the singular ‘person’ is an English word for one learning the basics of the language. It ranks in the top 40 percentile of words used in this language. And unless you plan to live a remote life, this word will come up mostly in your dialogue. For example, there are so many people in my locality.
Thing: This is one of the most-used English words. It is broad, generalized, and suitable for several interactions. Some examples are, what is that toy? That is my favourite toy to play with. Do you know the name of that toy?
Day: It may not be the most common noun that English speakers use. However, the day is an impactful noun to know while you begin learning it. An example is, have a wonderful day, how was your day?
Time: Time is amongst the top 10% of words used in English. It helps you recall the past, establish the present situation and plan time for the present. Examples are, do you remember the time we went to the park? What time would you come? What time is it?
Man: Whether one is discussing an individual or the idea of humanity, man is a word that is frequently used in English. An example is, this man is wearing a coat.
Woman: Almost 50% is the global population of women. Simply like man, woman and its other forms is an important word to learn in English. One such instance is, that woman runs a shop.
Child: Besides children, this specific word ranks amongst the top 20% of English vocabulary. An example would be, the child is reading a book.
The above listed are some of the frequently used noun words in English. These are mostly used in your day-to-day conversations. Knowing them is always a good thing to do.
Ms Sonu Goel is a professionally acclaimed certified ESL trainer from British Council having 15 years of strong background for teaching English language in both online and physical classes. She is dedicated to the teaching of English in an interactive and practical way, whereby learners feel enriched with knowledge and experience the language hands-on. She uses creative ideas and aids to let the learning happen as organically and efficiently as possible. Ms Goel has travelled various European countries and experienced an array of cultures and linguistic skills for the English language.