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Abstract noun by blessie anne luis

  1. 1. ABSTRACT NOUN
  2. 2. What is an Abstract Noun?  Abstract nouns are the opposite of concrete nouns – nouns that refer to objects you can experience with your five senses. Abstract nouns are intangible. They can identify concepts, experiences, ideas, qualities, and feeling.
  3. 3. List of Abstract Nouns  Love  Anger  Hate  Peace  Loyalty  Integrity  Pride  Courage  Deceit  Honesty  Trust  Compassion  Bravery  Misery  Childhood  Knowledge  Patriotism  Friendship  Brilliance  Truth  Charity  Justice  Faith  Kindness  Pleasure  Liberty
  4. 4. The Nature of Abstract Nouns  "Abstract and concrete are usually defined together or in terms of each other. The abstract is that which exists only in our minds, that which we cannot know through our senses. It includes qualities, relationships, conditions, ideas, theories, sta tes of being, fields of inquiry and the like. We cannot know a quality such as consistency directly through our senses; we can only see or hear about people acting in ways that we come to label consistent." (William Vande Kopple, Clear and Coherent Prose. Scott, Foresman, 1989)
  5. 5. Countable and Uncountable Abstract Nouns  "Although abstract nouns tend to be uncountable (courage, happiness, news, tennis, trai ning), many are countable (an hour, a joke, a quantity). Others can be both, often with shifts of meaning from general to particular (great kindness/many kindnesses)." (Tom McArthur, "Abstract and Concrete." The Oxford Companion to the English Language, 1992).
  6. 6. EXAMPLES OF ABSTRACT NOUN IN A SENTENCE  " The force needed to open the jar was beyond my capacity.  My thoughts are with you in your time of sorrow.  The chill in the air caused some discomfort.  The fear and the thrill of the ride are in equal proportions.  I haven't given up hope.  Love is joy for some and pain for others.  Some fun was our goal, a mess was the result.  You have lost my trust.  Our friendship goes back many years.  You need a sense of humor to work here.  It was a pleasure to meet your family.  With a little effort, kindness can become a habit.  You have the ability to do well in school.  Her courage was admirable for such a young person.  Far too often we let desire cloud our reason.  Modern technology is a result of centuries of technical evolution.  Education is a great good.
  7. 7. Abstract noun for partner  The noun 'partner' is an abstract noun, a word for one person or thing associated in some way with another person or thing. A person and a thing are physical but their association
  8. 8. ABSTRACT NOUN FOR ARROGANT  on high horse, haughty, uppity, conceited,full of it, know it all
  9. 9. REFFERENCE http://www.wikipedia.com http://www.google.com
  10. 10. SUBMITTED BY: MS. BLESSIE ANNE LUIS SUBMITTED TO: MS. PINKY MARIE GALLANO SUBMITTED DATE: FEBRUARY 18,2014

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