Concrete and Abstract Nouns

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Review: Concrete and Abstract Nouns: A concrete noun is an object that you can taste, touch, see, hear, or smell. An abstract noun is something that you can't taste, touch, see, hear, or smell, such as a dream or what mood you're in.

Concrete Nouns
Choose the correct concrete noun to fill in the blank.
1. I had a __________ .
dream
thought
time
pet

2. He is __________.
brilliant
honest
pale
sensitive
3. Can you see that ________?
loyalty
bread
hope
trust

Fill in the blank with an appropriate concrete noun. (There may be more than one).

4. Do you always clear your _________?
thoughts
imagination
throat
trust
5. Do we accept ________?
trust
anger
dimes
kindness

Create 5 sentences using concrete nouns!

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Abstract Nouns
Choose the correct abstract noun to fill in the blank.
1. Do you really ________?
believe
punch
kick
pet

2. Show me some ________.
noise
honesty
gold
tea
3. Do you have the ________?
money
belief
gold
tea
4. I have ________.
cake
turkey
trust
water

Fill in the blank with an appropriate abstract noun. (There may be more than one).

5. He is very ________ .
loyal
tall
happy
strong

Create 5 sentences using abstract nouns!

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