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    abstact noun

    is confused an abstract noun?


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    Re: abstact noun

    No, "confused" is an adjective.

    "Confussion" is an abstract noun

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    Re: abstact noun

    Quote Originally Posted by Boadicea View Post
    No, "confused" is an adjective.

    "Confus(s)ion" is an abstract noun


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    Re: abstact noun

    Thanks Albertino! You're right.

    By the way, how can ask for language correction whenever I post something? I read somewhere that there's a button or something but I can't find it.

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    Re: abstact noun

    Quote Originally Posted by Boadicea View Post
    Thanks Albertino! You're right.

    By the way, how can ask for language correction whenever I post something? I read somewhere that there's a button or something but I can't find it.
    If we had signatures in this forum, you could do it there - and I believe that may be coming - Red5 is considering it, I think. Until then, you could use the same trick as Lenka and put a message in your avatar.

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    PS Here's an example: https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/a...tml#post211114
    Last edited by BobK; 21-Sep-2007 at 12:16. Reason: PS added

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    Re: abstact noun

    Quote Originally Posted by Boadicea View Post
    No, "confused" is an adjective.

    "Concussion" is an abstract noun


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    Re: abstact noun

    Quote Originally Posted by BobK View Post
    If we had signatures in this forum, you could do it there - and I believe that may be coming - Red5 is considering it, I think. Until then, you could use the same trick as Lenka and put a message in your avatar.

    b

    PS Here's an example: https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/a...tml#post211114
    Great idea! thanks a lot!

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