Have you ever joined a club or team? Or maybe you are in a band or sing in choir? Then you are part of a collective noun! Join us in this lesson as we explain the difference between collective and plural nouns. Collective nouns are groups of nouns, like a family, a neighborhood, or a bouquet of flowers. Although there are many people or things together, we talk about them as one group and so, we use singular nouns. Gotta go, I have chess club and orchestra practice before my family dinner!