Noun and pronoun are most important part of grammar learning. It is the most valuable part of parts of speech. Noun and pronoun are kind of related to each other,as pronoun represent noun in a sentence. Noun is define as a naming word of a particular sentence.and pronoun represent it in the forth coming sentences. Their are so many differences between noun and pronoun which help us to defines both. Let’s learn about the differences.
Differences of Noun and Pronoun:-
Noun is define a naming word which state the names of place, person, emotions etc. On the other hand pronoun is takes the place of a noun in a sentence.
Noun is a name of a meaningful words. But pronoun doesn’t have any meaning.
Their are many various types of noun which are uncountable. But pronoun are some specific word just used as a representative of a noun.
If you use noun continually in a sentence it can be used a extra time and effort but pronoun helps us to save time and space time in our communication.
Noun is a many kind of meaningful words. But pronoun is a phrase.
Jagadish Chandra Bose is a great scientist.
Delhi is the capital of India.
Ganga is a holy river.
Pizza is a Italian food.
I will wait at the bus stop.
The bold words are noun.
We love to play football.
They are very bad people.
She is a great singer.
Teacher love us all.
You can’t go there.
The bold words are pronoun.