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    Drought- Noun

    I don't understand how drought is a noun. Can someone please explain? Thanks

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    Re: Drought- Noun

    Quote Originally Posted by Shosht View Post
    I don't understand how drought is a noun. Can someone please explain? Thanks
    What do you think it is, if not a noun?

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    Re: Drought- Noun

    There has been a drought this year.

    a + drought = indefinite article + noun

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