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    Abstract Noun

    I want some examples of Abstract noun.
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    Re: Abstract Noun

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    "An abstract noun is a noun that you cannot sense, it is the name we give to an emotion, ideal or idea. They have no physical existence, you can't see, hear, touch, smell or taste them. The opposite of an abstract noun is a concrete noun. "
    English Grammar - Abstract Nouns - Learn English

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    Re: Abstract Noun

    thanks dear.

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