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Theory:

Common noun
  
A common noun is a generic name for a person, place or thing in a class or group. Common nouns can be concrete, abstract or collective.
Example:
People: mother, father, baby, child, toddler, teenager, grandmother, student, teacher, minister, businessperson, salesclerk, woman, man
Animals: lion, tiger, bear, dog, cat, alligator, cricket, bird, wolf
Things: table, truck, book, pencil, iPad, computer, coat, boots
Places: city, state, country, continent, coffee shop, restaurant, park, zoo
Ideas: envy, love, hate, respect, patriotism, pride
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Abstract noun
  
An abstract noun is an intangible concept includes liberty, anger, freedom, love, generosity, charity, and democracy. Notice that these nouns express ideas, concepts, or qualities that cannot be seen or experienced. We cannot see, hear, touch, taste, or smell these concepts.
Example:
1. Anger is not good for health.
2. Mother's love is unconditional.
3. India got freedom in 1947.
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Collective noun
 
Collective nouns are names for an assemblage of a number of people, animals or things. Words like bunch, pride, flock and swarm are collective nouns.  
Example:
People: board, choir, family, group, jury, panel, staff
Animals: herd, pod, swarm, flock, pack
Things: bunch, fleet, flotilla, pack, set, collection
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