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    what is a abstract noun?

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    Re: noun

    An abstract noun is a concept (an idea).

    Example of abstract nouns:

    And there many (many) others.

    For more information about abstract nouns CLICK ME!

    EDIT: The search function is also very useful if you want to find more information about a certain term.

    I searched "abstract noun" and came up with this thread which gives you a pretty good idea.

    Click me!
    Last edited by Noego; 24-Apr-2007 at 04:12. Reason: Because I felt like it!

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    Re: noun

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    what is a abstract noun?
    One you can't see or touch.
    Last edited by Andrew Whitehead; 24-Apr-2007 at 09:05.

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