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500 Most Common English Nouns - Top 301 - 325 Nouns

Here you are provided with the part 13 of the list of the most common nouns in English such as "dad", "fish", and "bird".

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Most Common Nouns in English Vocabulary
mom

a woman who has given birth to a child or someone who cares for and raises a child

[noun]
dad

an informal way of calling our father

[noun]
fish

an animal with a tail, gills and fins that lives in water

[noun]
bird

an animal with a beak, wings, and feathers that is usually capable of flying

[noun]
letter

a written or printed message that is sent to someone or an organization, company, etc.

[noun]
website

a group of related data on the Internet with the same domain name published by a specific individual, organization, etc.

[noun]
response

a reply to something in either spoken or written form

[noun]
brand

the name that a particular product or service is identified with

[noun]
environment

the natural world around us where people, animals, and plants live

[noun]
key

a specially shaped piece of metal used for locking or unlocking a door, starting a car, etc.

[noun]
the past

the time that has passed

[noun]
future

the time that will come after the present or the events that will happen then

[noun]
present

the period of time happening now, not before or after

[noun]
matter

a situation or subject that needs to be dealt with or considered

[noun]
surface

the outer part or top layer of something that you can touch or see

[noun]
drug

any illegal substance that people take in order to experience its mental or physical effects

[noun]
the Internet

‌a global computer network that allows users around the world to communicate with each other and exchange information

[noun]
section

each of the parts into which a place or object is divided

[noun]
turn

the time when someone has the opportunity, obligation, or right to do a certain thing that everyone in a group does one after the other

[noun]
shape

the outer form or edges of something or someone

[noun]
lesson

a part of a book that is intended to be used for learning a specific subject

[noun]
policy

a set of ideas or a plan of action that has been chosen officially by a group of people, an organization, a political party, etc.

[noun]
street

a public path for vehicles in a village, town, or city, usually with buildings, houses, etc. on its sides

[noun]
memory

the ability of mind to keep and remember past events, people, experiences, etc.

[noun]
help

anything that is done to make a task or process easier or less difficult for someone

[noun]
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