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500 Most Common English Nouns - Top 26 - 50 Nouns

Here you are provided with the part 2 of the list of the most common nouns in English such as "fact", "work", and "side".

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Most Common Nouns in English Vocabulary
water

a liquid with no smell, taste, or color, that falls from the sky as rain, and is used for washing, cooking, drinking, etc.

[noun]
fact

something that is known to be true or real, especially when it can be proved

[noun]
work

activity that requires physical or mental effort

[noun]
problem

something that causes difficulties and is hard to overcome

[noun]
side

the right or left half of an object, place, person, etc.

[noun]
hand

the part of our body that is at the end of our arm and we use to grab, move, or feel things

[noun]
body

our or an animal's hands, legs, head, and every other part together

[noun]
country

a piece of land with a government of its own, official borders, laws, etc.

[noun]
story

a description of events and people either real or imaginary

[noun]
example

a sample, showing what the rest of the data is typically like

[noun]
state

a person or thing's condition at a particular time

[noun]
week

a period of time that is made up of seven days in a calendar

[noun]
friend

someone we know well and trust, but normally they are not part of our family

[noun]
end

the final part of something, such as an event, a story, etc.

[noun]
stuff

things that we cannot or do not need to name when we are talking about them

[noun]
car

a road vehicle that has four wheels, an engine, and a small number of seats for people

[noun]
book

a set of printed pages that are held together in a cover so that we can turn them and read them

[noun]
name

the word someone or something is called or known by

[noun]
reason

something that explains an action or event

[noun]
sea

the salt water that covers most of the earth’s surface and surrounds its continents and islands

[noun]
family

people that are related to each other by blood or marriage, normally made up of a father, mother, and their children

[noun]
power

the ability to control or have an effect on things or people

[noun]
food

things that people and animals eat, such as meat or vegetables

[noun]
system

an organized collection of theories, ideas, or a method of attaining a particular objective

[noun]
game

a playful activity in which we use our imagination, play with toys, etc.

[noun]
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