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    Smile abstract nouns

    hello, i've a question if u've time pls help me.
    How we form abstract nouns from these adj:
    long_young_better_strong_true_wide_wise_human_free _high_poor_just_ignorent
    and from these verbs:
    to laugh_to live_to know_to believe_to hate_to choose_to depart_to succeed_to discover

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    Default Re: abstract nouns

    Quote Originally Posted by warrior View Post
    hello, I've a question if you have time please help me.
    How do we form abstract nouns from these adjectives:
    long_young_better_strong_true_wide_wise_human_free _high_poor_just_ignorent
    and from these verbs:
    to laugh_to live_to know_to believe_to hate_to choose_to depart_to succeed_to discover
    I'll give you a start:

    long >> length
    young >> youth


    to laugh >> laughter
    To live >> life

    Now you see if you can finish off - post your solution for comment

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