Which type of noun is necklace?
It is a common noun.
Is necklace a noun or adjective?
What type of word is necklace? As detailed above, ‘necklace’ can be a verb, an adjective or a noun. Noun usage: a necklace of coral islands.
What is an adjective for necklace?
beautiful, coral, golden, long, beaded, heavy, ruby, pearl, magnificent, large, valuable, famous, black, fine, precious, broken, white, lovely, red, blue, simple, strand, pretty, expensive, elaborate, thin, double, sapphire, jewelled, splendid, jeweled, wonderful, gold, costly, handsome, green, superb, broad, rich, …
Is necklace a count noun?
From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishRelated topics: Jewelleryneck‧lace /ˈnek-lɪs/ ●●● S3 noun [countable] a string of jewels, beads etc or a thin gold or silver chain to wear around the neckpearl/gold/diamond etc necklace She was wearing a coral necklace.
Is necklace a compound word?
Etymologically, of course, it is a simple combination of ‘neck’ and ‘lace’, and came into English in that form around 1590. That it should now be pronounced as if it were not a compound, or rather, that its compound nature would be so thoroughly obscured, is interesting.
What kind of noun is gold?
By itself, the noun ‘gold’ is a common noun, not a proper noun, since it refers to a mineral instead of a specific place, time period, person, or…
How would you describe a pendant?
a : an ornament (as on a necklace) allowed to hang free A turquoise pendant hung on her necklace.
What are infinitive phrases?
An infinitive is a verbal consisting of the word to plus a verb; it may be used as a noun, adjective, or adverb. An infinitive phrase consists of an infinitive plus modifier(s), object(s), complement(s), and/or actor(s).