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.
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Other quiz: Past Continuous Tense
My brother and sister _____ tennis at 11am yesterday.(Past Continuous form of “play”)
A. was playing
B. are playing
C. were playing
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