The collective noun quiz: Do you know your herds from your hordes?

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A collective noun is used to describe a group or collection of things as a whole. A collective noun that describes a group of animals is also known as a term of venery. Some are specific to certain animals, whereas others overlap. Take our quiz to see if you know your herds from your hordes.

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