Freedom a concrete or abstract or collective
The noun group is a singular, common noun. The noun group can be used as a concrete or an abstract noun; the noun group can be used as a collective noun. Concrete, collective: a group of people, a group of furniture. Abstract, collective: a group of opinions, a group of principles.
The collective noun is an anthology of poems.
Is cheer an abstract noun or a concrete noun??????
Cows is a common, concrete noun (not an abstract noun or a collective noun). The collective noun for cows or cattle is a herd.An abstract noun is something that can't be seen, heard, felt, tasted, or smelled. In other words not something physical. Abstract nouns related to cows could be their benefits, their health, their production, their safety, but not the cows themselves.
The noun 'computer' is a concrete noun, a word for an electronic device for storing and processing data; a word for a physical thing.
Concrete is the collective noun for water, Portland Cement, aggregates and air.
Classification of a noun is the ability to say what kind of noun it is: common, proper, concrete, collective, material, abstract, etc.
Concrete. (But few bathtubs are made out of concrete.)
Patience is an abstract noun, not a concrete noun, because it is a feeling