Underline the common nouns in these sentences.
- There’s a little bird in the garden.
- Who is your teacher?
- Don’t eat that rotten apple.
- Kate has a lovely doll.
- I like reading stories.
- My father is a doctor.
- Every child has a dictionary.
- Rudy hates bananas.
- The phone is ringing.
- Here’s a book for you.
Put each word under its correct heading.
- swimmer — snail — fire — engine — clown
- letters — flag — river — barber
- mountain — fox — hotel — parrot
- granny — taxi — gardener — camel
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