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  1. keeley
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    emotions nouns?

    are emotions like 'disappointed' and 'anger' nouns?

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    Re: emotions nouns?

    Quote Originally Posted by keeley View Post
    are emotions like 'disappointed' and 'anger' nouns?
    "To disappoint" and "to anger" are verbs.

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    Re: emotions nouns?

    what word class is 'dissappointment' and 'anger' then?

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    Re: emotions nouns?

    Quote Originally Posted by keeley View Post
    what word class is 'dissappointment' and 'anger' then?
    They are nouns.

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