English Collective Noun For GRASS and Example Sentences
In American English, collective nouns almost always take singular verb forms (a formal agreement).
In cases where a semantic shift will occur soon, the whole sentence is used to prevent confusion. For example, the word “grass” means growth, development and gathering among themselves.
Collective proper nouns are singular in general and do not take any supplements.
The word “grass” can be said to be a collective noun in general. It is not used as the word grass.
Collective noun for grass are generally as follows;
- A handful of herbs (When pulled out)
- A pinch of grass. (When held and held by hand)
- Grass wheat, rice and barley are grass bunches
- Grass grows in dry forests.
- A piece of grass where you can rest and sit is right here.
- We can play football on this lawn every day.
- He lay down on the grass to cool off.