Toad in the Hole

Toad in the Hole
For my fellow lovers of grammar, let’s talk about the difference between simple nouns and compound nouns. (When was the last time you heard those expressions?)
You guessed it: Toad in the Hole is an example of a compound noun (it’s the unappealing meal, by the way). A simple noun would be ‘chocolate’ – now that’s one of my favourite foods. Simple nouns consist of one word only and compound nouns consist of more than one word.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

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