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What are Concrete Nouns? Grammar Review

Nouns? What are they? What is a noun? A noun is “People, place, thing, idea). At least that is a good start! Concrete nouns are directly connected with the five senses. Can I touch it, hear it, see it, taste it or smell it? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, the word is most likely a “Concrete noun”. This is usually one of the easiest parts of English to learn. Study the examples and ask your teacher to help you with examples and an explanation.

Concrete Noun Examples

I like using this pen. It fits my hand perfectly! (touch)

You like listening to your CD player, don’t you? (hear)

We love going to the lake. It is always so beautiful! (see)

They cooked delicious chicken last night! (taste)

He is wearing a fragrant cologne today! (smell)

She just bought a soft pillow! (touch)

It was a great concert last night with all that music! (hear)

I want you to take a look at my new phone! (see)

You should really try this spaghetti! It is delicious! (taste)

We love the freshness of the sea! (smell)

They bought fabric made of silk! (touch)

He listened to the rain all night! (hear)

She saw a large plane fly overhead! (see)

It likes the special food I bought for it! (taste)

I think someone is baking fish! (smell)

You know I like resting on this comfortable sofa! (touch)

We know the neighbors got home late because they were noisy! (hear)

They noticed the new building in the city center! (see)

He asked for a new type of juice to drink! (taste)

She noticed the fragrance as she walked by the counter! (smell)

It is a new blanket made of soft cotton! (touch)

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