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500 Most Common English Nouns - Top 101 - 125 Nouns

Here you are provided with the part 5 of the list of the most common nouns in English such as "color", "right", and "air".

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Most Common Nouns in English Vocabulary
change

a process or result of becoming different

[noun]
team

a group of people who compete against another group in a sport or game

[noun]
product

something that is created or grown for sale

[noun]
color

a quality such as red, green, blue, yellow, etc. that we see when we look at something

[noun]
right

the direction or side that is toward the east when someone or something is facing north

[noun]
deal

an agreement between two or more parties, typically involving the exchange of goods, services, or property

[noun]
amount

the total number or quantity of something

[noun]
air

the mixture of gases in the atmosphere that we breathe

[noun]
heart

the body part that pushes the blood to go to all parts of our body

[noun]
comment

a spoken or written remark that expresses an opinion or reaction

[noun]
top

the point or part of something that is the highest

[noun]
difference

the way that two or more people or things are different from each other

[noun]
community

a group of people who live in the same area

[noun]
answer

something we say, write, or do when we are replying to a question

[noun]
blood

the red liquid that the heart pumps through the body, carrying oxygen to and carbon dioxide from the tissues

[noun]
president

the leader of a country that has no king or queen

[noun]
baby

a child who is very young, usually too young to walk or speak

[noun]
situation

the way things are or have been at a certain time or place

[noun]
language

the system of communication by spoken or written words, that the people of a particular country or region use

[noun]
channel

a TV station that broadcasts different programs

[noun]
tongue

the soft movable part inside the mouth used for tasting something or speaking

[noun]
lady

a formal or polite word for referring to a woman

[noun]
soldier

someone who serves in an army, particularly a person who is not an officer

[noun]
crime

an unlawful act that is punishable by the legal system

[noun]
price

the amount of money required for buying something

[noun]
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