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What type of noun can be perceived by the five senses?



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Asked by Wyatt Williams, Last updated: Sep 18, 2020

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M. Kennedy

M. Kennedy

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Answered Sep 20, 2018

This type of noun is called a concrete noun. The opposite of this is an abstract noun. The abstract noun is usually used to describe concepts, thoughts, and ideas that cannot be experienced by the 5 senses. If you still do not understand what a concrete noun is, you simply have to look around you.

Take a look at all of the items that are available. There is a big possibility that all of these items are examples of concrete nouns. What about your dreams then? Your dream is an example of an abstract noun because not all of your senses are used in the process.

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Answered May 15, 2017

The type of noun can be perceived by the five senses is a concrete noun.
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John Smith

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Answered Nov 29, 2016

Concrete, concrete noun, concrete nouns
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