Abstract vs Concrete Nouns
Definition, Examples, Quiz
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Types of Nouns
- Abstract vs Concrete Nouns
- Proper vs Common Nouns
A Concrete Noun names a person, animal, place, or thing that you can actually see, touch, taste, hear, or smell.
muffins, perfume, book, room, pen, composer, boy, car
An Abstract Noun names an idea, feeling, emotion, or quality that cannot be detected by your five senses.
prettiness, pleasure, annoyance, skill, nature, communication, love, velocity, education