Grammar Quiz

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How is a concrete noun different from an abstract noun?

A. Concrete nouns describe things that can be seen or touched; abstract nouns do not.

B. Concrete nouns describe emotions; abstract nouns do not.

C. Concrete nouns describe ideas; abstract nouns do not.

D. Concrete nouns are always capitalized; abstract nouns are not.

Select your answer:
A  B  C  D  E 

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