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Rust is a common noun.
The noun 'common' is a common noun, a general word for a piece of open land in a town or village for public use; a word for a thing.The noun 'common' is a specific noun for the general noun 'land' or 'area'.
Yes, rust is a common noun.
Yes, teaspoon is a common noun.
The noun breath is a countable noun; take a breath, take two breaths.
A collective noun for air is a breath of air.
The noun 'breath' is a concrete or abstract noun depending on context of use.The noun 'breath' is a concrete noun as a word for the physical action of taking air into the lungs; a word for the air taken into the lungs.The noun 'breath' is an abstract noun as a word for a suggestion or slight indication of something; a word for a concept.
Breathe is a verb; as in, "I need to breathe, I'm suffocating." Breath, on the other hand is a noun.
No, breath is a concrete noun. A breath (in or out) can be felt by the person breathing; breath (in the air) is made up of particles that can be measured or counted by instruments even though you may not be able to see them.
Pea is a common noun, and peas is the plural...still a common noun.
A common noun.
Most definitely a common noun.