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    abstract/concrete words

    What are abstract/concrete words? For instance, ab/con for the word "child"

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    Re: abstract/concrete words

    I only know about abstract and concrete nouns.

    Child is a concrete noun. You can see and touch a child.

    Childhood is an abstract noun. It exists only as an idea.

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