Question: Is the word Indian a collective noun?

Is the word Indians is a common noun?

Answer: Indians is a common/collective noun whereas India is a proper noun ..

Is Indian a proper noun?

Country in South Asia (Bharat). … Official name: Republic of India.

What is the collective noun of a group of Indians?

Answer: Tribe of the natives.

Is Indian noun or adjective?

Indian is defined as something or someone relating to India or its people, or to Native Americans. An example of Indian used as an adjective is in the phrase “the Indian language.”

What are collective nouns examples?

Examples of this type of collective noun are: crowd, government, team, family, audience, committee, gang, staff, band, orchestra, choir and police. Collective nouns can also refer to things. Examples are pair, bundle, and bunch. Finally, collective nouns can refer to animals, birds, fish or insects.

Do you capitalize the word Indian?

Capitalize the singular and plural forms of the nouns Status Indian, Registered Indian, Non-Status Indian and Treaty Indian, as well as the adjectives Indigenous and Aboriginal, when they refer to Indigenous people in Canada. Example: Any Indigenous person in Alberta is eligible under this program.

Which type of noun is South Indian?

Total English – ISCE – Class 9

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‘south indians’ can be both proper or common noun…. Explanation: It can be a proper and a common noun. It would be a proper noun if referred to as a region.

What is the proper noun in my motherland is India?

Explanation: Motherland is the proper noun.

Is Indian abstract noun?

Answer: The word Indian refers to the specific country named India, and so it is a proper noun.