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    Question Concrete noun...

    Hi, my name is Uni. I have a guestion...
    Is 'Paul' a concrete noun?
    I know what the concrete noun is and 'Paul' is a proper noun, but I'm not sure if it is a concrete noun...
    Please answer me...

    Thanks! Have a great day~!!!

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    Re: Concrete noun...

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    Hi, my name is Uni. I have a guestion...
    Is 'Paul' a concrete noun?
    I know what the concrete noun is and 'Paul' is a proper noun, but I'm not sure if it is a concrete noun...
    Please answer me...

    Thanks! Have a great day~!!!
    That's an excellent question.

    'Paul' is a name; he is not an object, and he is not an idea, so 'Paul' is a proper noun:

    Nouns
    Proper: names
    Concrete: objects
    Abstract: ideas

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