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500 Most Common English Nouns - Top 76 - 100 Nouns

Here you are provided with the part 4 of the list of the most common nouns in English such as "room", "kid", and "movie".

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Most Common Nouns in English Vocabulary
student

a person who is studying at a school, university, or college

[noun]
room

each of the different parts of a building that are divided by their own floors, ceilings, and walls, and are used for a specific reason

[noun]
information

facts or knowledge related to a thing or person

[noun]
process

a specific course of action that is performed in order to accomplish a certain objective

[noun]
decision

a choice or judgment that is made after adequate consideration or thought

[noun]
kid

a young person

[noun]
phone

an electronic device used to talk to a person who is at a different location

[noun]
movie

a story told through a series of moving pictures with sound, usually watched via television or in a cinema

[noun]
show

a TV or radio program made to entertain people

[noun]
experience

the skill and knowledge we gain from doing, feeling, or seeing things

[noun]
history

all the events of the past

[noun]
piece

a part of an object, broken or cut from a larger one

[noun]
type

a class or group of people or things that have common characteristics or share particular qualities

[noun]
energy

the physical and mental strength required for activity, work, etc.

[noun]
face

the front part of our head, where our eyes, lips, and nose are located

[noun]
house

a building where people live, especially as a family

[noun]
government

the group of politicians in control of a country or state

[noun]
light

a type of electromagnetic radiation that makes it possible to see, produced by the sun or another source of illumination

[noun]
sound

anything that we can hear

[noun]
city

a larger and more populated town

[noun]
brain

the body part that is inside our head controlling how we feel, think, move, etc.

[noun]
health

the general condition of a person's mind or body

[noun]
foot

the body part that is at the end of our leg and we stand and walk on

[noun]
audience

the group of people who have assembled to watch and listen to a play, concert, etc.

[noun]
animal

a living thing, like a cat or a dog, that can move and needs food to stay alive, but not a plant or a human

[noun]
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