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In this sentence The Observer will be launched in 1992. is "1992" a proper noun?
 

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marketah4@aol.com said:
In this sentence The Observer will be launched in 1992. is "1992" a proper noun?


Ronbee's right. The entire sentence is not a proper noun. :twisted: However, the phrase 'The Observer' (a newspaper, magazine, TV show, Ad campaign) is a proper noun. It's some thing's proper name.


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Um, he wanted to know if "1992" is a proper noun.

:wink:
 

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I don't think it is. ;-)
 

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RonBee said:
Um, he wanted to know if "1992" is a proper noun.

:wink:

:oops: Pronage :oops:

Reading skills grabbed :grab: and severely dealt with.

Casiopea :oops:
 

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Um, pronage?

(It looks like I'm learning new words today. :wink: )

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