a noun is a word used to name a person, animal, place, thing, or idea. In the case of 'story,' it most often refers to a narrative or an account of a series of events.
the rules and use cases associated with the word 'story' depend on the context within which it is used; it can act as a singular or plural noun, or as a countable or uncountable noun.
I will tell you the story of how I met my husband.
The stories she tells around the campfire always leave her audience in awe.
I need to pick up a new book; my current one has too many stories.
when referring to just one narrative, use the singular form 'story.' When referring to more than one narrative, use the plural form 'stories.' When talking about physical books containing stories, use the plural form 'stories.' When writing a story, use 'story' as a singular noun. For example, 'The story was a great success.'
a verb is a word used to express an action or show a state of being. In the case of 'story,' it can act as a transitive verb meaning 'to narrate or recount.'
it should directly follow a noun or pronoun. It should be followed by an object. It can be used in either the present, past, or future tense.
She stories the events of her life with aplomb.
I will story my happiest memories from childhood.
He will story the day’s events to his children.
ensure that the word follows the subject of the sentence. Be sure to add an object which will receive the action of the verb. Be sure to adjust the tense of the verb if necessary when writing a sentence.