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Nouns are people, places, animals or things. There are two tests for them:
A noun or pronoun is the subject of the sentence when it is taking an action, as in the examples above. Who is playing cricket? He is. So he is the subject of the sentence.
Sentences often also have an object. This is also a noun, but instead of taking an action, the action is being performed on it. What is being played? He is playing cricket. So cricket is the object of the sentence.