Nouns Rap English Class Project. A Rap about a part of speech. We chose nouns because they are so easy to rap about. Music Tributes in Credits
Left 4 Nouns THE SONG AT THE END IS CALLED "Lick my Pulmp fox nuts" BY RENARD QUEENSTON FROM HIS FIAB ALBUM. Well This is it. The thing I was working on so long. I wasn't making videos for the last 3 months due to family problems; which reminds me, watch out for 2 new Team Family 2 videos.I am preparing a short and a long one, so subscribe if you like the series and want to keep track of them. Also I will possibly post the bloopers of this video on another video, simply because they are funny as hell and stupidly random. Hope you guys enjoy it, i had fun making this. Q:Why is it only 4 minutes? A:Because instead of making it 6, with some bad, unfunny skits, I decided to throw in only my good ideas, that apparently fit in 4 minutes Q:Why "Left 4 Nouns"? A:There has been a lot of videos with the "Left 4....". Everything good was taken, and "Left 4 Potatoes" didn't sound right. So I just put a noun, and an "s" at the end for plural. Done. Any other common questions will be added later on. Thanks! Feel free to subscribe.
Nouns Nouns a short and clear explanation A Noun is a person, place or thing From Language Connection Acuna Mexico
Rudy's Three Words Joe Biden tells it straight about Rudy Giuliani talking about a record of experience.
Mad Tv - Public School House Rock - Nouns A parody of School House Rock by MADtv about what goes on in a public school in noun form...
01025 Spanish Lesson - nouns, definite articles & class vocab This might seem too much like grammar class. Sorry! But the things in this video are quite important when learning Spanish. In this video lesson we're talking about nouns, definite articles and also we'll throw some classroom vocabulary in there. Please be kind about my artistic endeavors in this video. Enjoy! Make sure to check out the next video on nouns, indefinite articles & class vocab. If this video was helpful, please rate to let me know! And questions/comments/suggestions are welcome. For more free Spanish video lessons, go to
Namasensei's 100 Challenge nouns 3 If I can make the damn thing YOU CAN ***ING LEARN IT YOU ***!!!!! DON"T FORGET TO GET DRUNK.!!!!!!!!!!
Forming Plural Nouns with S Segment Four of Herman's Chow-Down Nouns
What is a noun? Lesson 4 - Blue Level - I describe the function of a noun in English.
What are Nouns? Segment 1 of Herman's Chow Down Nouns
Learn English - Nouns Tutorial This video explains what a noun is.
English Lesson - Pronouns and Nouns I was looking at the cards and thinking how to fill the blanks......then I decided to record what I was thinking.
Noun Song This is the noun song from Jumpstart 2nd grade, I use to play this all the time when I was younger. This game and its characters are NOT mine. They are (c) Knowledge Adventure, Inc.
School House Rock - A Noun is a Person, Place, or Thing (Grammar Rock) Lyrics: Well every person you can know, And every place that you can go, And anything that you can show, You know they're nouns. A noun's a special kind of word, It's any name you ever heard, I find it quite interesting, A noun's a person, place, or thing. Oh I took a train, took a train to another state. The flora and the fauna that I saw were really great. When I saw some bandits chasin' the train. I was wishin' I was back home again. I took a train, took a train to another state. Well, every person you can know (Like a bandit or an engineer) And every place that you can go (Like a state or a home) And anything that you can show (Like animals and plants or a train) You know they're nouns - you know they're nouns, oh... Mrs. Jones is a lady on Hudson Street. She sent her dog to bark at my brother and me. We gave her dog a big fat bone, And now he barks at Mrs. Jones. She's a lady who lives on Hudson Street. Well, every person you can know (Mrs. Jones, a lady, or a brother) And every place that you can go (Like a street or a corner) And anything that you can show (Like a dog or a bone) You know they're nouns - you know they're nouns, oh... I took a ferry to the Statue of Liberty. My best friend was waitin' there for me. (He took an early ferry.) We went for a walk on the island you know, And in the middle of summer it started to snow, When I took a ferry to the Statue of Liberty. Well every person you can know (Like a friend or the captain of a ship) And every place that ...
Sorting Common and Proper Nouns Segment Three of Herman's Chow-Down Nouns
nouns an english video project where we have to make a commercial 'selling' nouns. we got a 96 for our grade. songs: "young Folks" - peter, bjorn, and john "da funk" - daft punk "the nuns are watching" - i set my friends on fire "justice's DANCE remix" - MSTRKRFT
uncountable noun classifiication (part 8) How to classify uncountable nouns
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Nouns From the 2006 ECW show "Battle of the Woodchuck Nebula".
Learn Dutch, lesson 2! Articles and noun plurals. The second Dutch lesson I created. We got acquainted with the Dutch alphabet in lesson 1. Now we're going to learn about the definite articles and noun plurals. It might look hard, but in fact it's pretty easy. Feel free to write along! Take notes! lesson 1 part 1/2: lesson 1 part 2/2: lesson 3: lesson 4: extra lesson: vocabulary 1: estra lesson: vocabulary 2: lesson 5: lesson 6.0: lesson 6.1: lesson 6.2: lesson 6.3: lesson 6.4: lesson 6.5: lesson 6.6:
Articles (Generic Nouns) - Lesson 23 - English Grammar Topic: Using the Definite Article (the) with Generic Nouns. Learn patterns for making generic nouns when talking about musical instruments, inventions, and animals. Level: Intermediate to advanced. STUDENTS: Additional practice is available at . TEACHERS: Related teaching ideas are posted on my WordPress blog:
No Age - *** Creeps Album: Nouns
Computer Vocabulary (beginners - Nouns/ESL/EFL learners) A video that covers some of the very basic, initial ICT vocabulary (nouns). The video was produced for English as Second (ESL) or Foreign Language (EFL) Speakers who have a zero or foundation level of literacy (ICT and ABC).
Common and Proper Nouns Discovery Education
01026 Spanish Lesson - nouns, indefinite articles & class vocab Hola. In this video lesson, we'll be talking about nouns, indefinite articles and also learn some classroom vocabulary. Please don't make fun of my artistic efforts too much. You might make sure to watch the video before this one on nouns, definite articles, and classroom vocabulary as this is the second video in the series. Please rate this video if it was helpful. Also, questions/comments/suggestions are welcome. ¡Gracias! For more free Spanish video lessons, make sure to visit
(Verb) the (Adjective) (Noun) An animated mad lib
Jumpstart 2nd grade - Noun song HD I have created a new channel dedicated to jumpstart stuff things. From now on, all Jumpstart related things will be put there: Used to use the learning CD when i was younger. The song brings back many memories I've still got the original CD so feel free to request songs/videos from it Download the mp3 for ringtones:
Possessive Nouns Children show ownership.
English Grammar - Countable and Uncountable Nouns This is a grammar lesson on countable and uncountable nouns. I describe the difference between nouns that we can count and those that are uncountable. I also demonstrate how we use the article "a/an" with countable and uncountable nouns.
English Grammar & Punctuation : What Is a Noun Clause? A noun clause answers the question of what a person is thinking. Find out why noun clauses that start with a question are used to answer a question with help from a certified tutor in this free video on grammar in the English language. Expert: Paige Carrera Bio: Paige Carrera is a certified tutor for both Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties in the Tampa Bay area of Florida. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
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What Are Nouns? | Learn English | Grammar Extras: This colourful, tuneful, fast-paced lesson takes a close look at nouns and answers that all important question: Do nouns have ***? If you already know about nouns, this will be a great piece of revision for you. If you don't know much about nouns, this is the best place to start. On my website - - you will find additional material to go with the video. This includes self-test exercises and a quiz. | httpLearn English online using Skype: I also give online English classes by Skype. You can find out more by visiting If you want to learn English quickly and easily, I invite you to take classes with me online using Skype. You can improve your writing, too, with my English writing course. As a professional writer, I will guide you through the writing process, step by step, until you are able write with an effectiveness that will get you noticed. Improve your English writing and you improve your prospects of success in all areas of your life. The course is a series of writing assignments designed to take you through all aspects of writing in English. You will learn all about sentence and paragraph structure, punctuation, outlining, introductions and conclusions, topic sentences and more. By the end of the course, you will be writing high-impact prose that will help you achieve the success you deserve in your business or academic life. Do you have a strong non-English accent when speaking English? Would you like to ...
Count and Noncount Nouns A teacher shows the difference between count and noncount nouns. This is very important for good American English grammar.
What Do Nouns Do? | Learn English | Grammar Extras: Are nouns lazy? No! They're just as hard working as online English teachers. They have important jobs to do in an English sentence. It's important for English language students to fully understand and appreciate the jobs that nouns do. Being able to identify what the noun is doing is very important to the understanding of the English language. Visit my website. There's a huge amount of extra information to go with this video, including lots of exercises to help you learn and remember. | Learn English online using Skype: I also give online English classes by Skype. You can find out more by visiting If you want to learn English quickly and easily, I invite you to take classes with me online using Skype. You can improve your writing, too, with my English writing course. As a professional writer, I will guide you through the writing process, step by step, until you are able write with an effectiveness that will get you noticed. Improve your English writing and you improve your prospects of success in all areas of your life. The course is a series of writing assignments designed to take you through all aspects of writing in English. You will learn all about sentence and paragraph structure, punctuation, outlining, introductions and conclusions, topic sentences and more. By the end of the course, you will be writing high-impact prose that will help you achieve the success you deserve in your business or academic ...
Noun Song - Have Fun Teaching Get This Video Here: Get This Song on CD or MP3: The Have Fun Teaching Website Presents: The Noun Song. This Noun Music Video will teach the basic definition of a common noun. A noun is a part of speech that names a person, place, or thing. The song will go over how a noun is a word that can be a person, a place, a thing, and an idea. The noun movie will give examples of common nouns for people, places, things, and ideas.
Grammar Rock Nouns School House Rock video on Nouns.
English Grammar - Noun A noun is the name of a person, place, thing, or idea. Whatever exists, we assume, can be named, and that name is a noun. In this English grammar lesson, Mrs. Santha A.Kumar explains about the different forms of noun.
Proper Nouns and Capitalization Segment Two of Herman's Chow Down Nouns
Learning English-Lesson Twenty Seven (Noun/Verbs) (NOW IN HIGH QUALITY) In this lesson we look at the way in which nouns and verbs can be the same word.
English Grammar - Nouns - part 1 View the full version of this lesson (with interactive quizzes) on adlib- This is the first of a series of videos prepared to give the students an overview of the classes of words in the English language. We start off with nouns. In part one, we will cover the following topics: • Types of words • What is a noun? • The difference between common and proper nouns • The difference between concrete and abstract nouns To download slides go to: Read Ad_Lib Blog at: adlib- Follow us on Twitter at: