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Q: What is the difference between abstract nouns and concrete nouns? A. Abstract nouns describe something, but concrete nouns don't. B. Abstract nouns are specific, but concrete nouns aren't. C.
There is no difference. D. Concrete nouns can be identified by the senses, but abstract nouns can't.
A: A noun is a word used to name a person, animal, place, thing, or abstract idea.
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The difference between abstract nouns and concrete nouns is that concrete nouns can be identified by the senses, but abstract nouns can't.
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