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Grammar, Punctuation, and Style
1.5 Abstract and Concrete Nouns

A concrete noun is a noun which names something that can be touched or seen. An abstract noun names an idea, a thought or a feeling which cannot be touched or seen.

Examples:

Concrete nouns: computer, pencil, book, files, chair, binder, brick, penny
Abstract nouns: loyalty, love, happiness, fear, justice, childhood, energy, fun

Note: Even cool breeze and warm sunlight are concrete nouns.

Directions: Write in your own words what abstract and concrete nouns are. Choose if the word in each question is an abstract or a concrete noun. Write your own examples of abstract and concrete nouns and use them in sentences.
Q 1: loyalty
concrete noun
abstract noun

Q 2: door
concrete noun
abstract noun

Q 3: light bulb
abstract noun
concrete noun

Q 4: quarter
abstract noun
concrete noun

Q 5: allegiance
abstract noun
concrete noun

Q 6: hope
concrete noun
abstract noun

Q 7: satellite
concrete noun
abstract noun

Q 8: friendship
abstract noun
concrete noun

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