Concrete and Abstract Nouns. By Naz K. and Vikram K. Concrete Noun Names a thing that is tangible (can be seen, touched, heard, smelled, or tasted). Concrete nouns are either common or proper. Abstract Noun Names an idea, a condition, or a feeling.
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By Naz K. and Vikram K.
Names a thing that is tangible (can be seen, touched, heard, smelled, or tasted).
Concrete nouns are either common or proper.
Names an idea, a condition, or a feeling.
In other words, something that can not be eaten, seen, heard, or smelled.What is a concrete or abstract noun?
The puppy was filled with sadness when the dog stole his bone.
My cat ate a rat for lunch.
Many people are vegetarians, which means they don’t eat
I love to eat ice cream because it is very sweet.
The marching bandplayed a song during the parade.
The swimmer has a lot of strength.
Ben’s heart was filled with happiness when he saw his first paycheck.
The policewoman was given a trophy for courage.
If I had a million dollars, I’d get rid of all the poverty in the world.
I feel hunger after I play basketball.Practice Makes Perfect!!!
Click on the concrete or abstract noun in each sentence.
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