Usually you talk about instantiating objects. You use the class as a template for constructing a new object.
Object myObject = new Object();
Can be read as: instantiates an object of type "Object" creates a new instance of class Object creates a new object of type/class Object. obtains the reference value returned from the instance creation expression 'new Object()' and stores it in the object reference variable 'myObject'. But I think you'll be ok with the first 3! Rob
we made instance of class e.g. we have class Salman we instantiate it by Salman s = new Salman(); so s is the instance of class Salman s is actually object. Class is not physical it just a boundary e.g An Architect made a map to build house, This map is class.There is no physical existance of class. We made house from class map, and this house is actually object which has physical existence