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    Is the word 'access' an abstract noun

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    Is the word 'access' an abstract noun?

    "I have access to the computer room"

    well the word "access" is nothing I can see with all my senses unless I had an ACCESS card but then that would using the words "access card" and not "access" by itself.

    So what kind of noun is the word "access"

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    Re: Is the word 'access' an abstract noun

    Welcome to the forum, alphaai, and congratulations on giving your thread a great title.

    Access is an abstract noun,

    Better than "access" is nothing I can see with all my senses, would be "access" cannot be perceived by any of my senses.

    Rover

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