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    ruthe.spottiswoode Guest

    Default abstract noun

    is nothing an abstract noun?

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    Default Re: abstract noun

    Abstract noun usually refers to qualities , things we cannot touch/ feel

    example: honesty, bravery...

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    When it's a noun, it's abstract to me- you can't touch nothing.

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