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    Which noun

    Hello, could someone tell meplease if DAY and AIR ar concrete or abstract?
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    Re: Which noun

    Day- abstract
    Air- though invisible, the gases we breathe have a physical existence, so it's concrete. When we use the word in some other sentences (an air of unhappiness), then it's abstract.


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    Thank you . I have so many diferent questions. Do you know where I can get help plese

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    Re: Which noun

    Keep asking- just start a new thread for the question and someone will answer it. Try not to group too many questions together, which can be overwhelming. there are many people here who will try to answer any questions you may have.

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