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In the sentence:
We visited a museum in the afternoon.

Which are the common nouns vs proper noun?
Is We a common noun or just a pronoun?

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    We is a pronoun -- not a noun.

    The common nouns are museum and afternoon. There are no proper nouns in this sentence.

    Check this site for more information.

    http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/noun.htm

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