Is pandemonium a noun or an abstract noun?
The word pandemonium is a noun and an abstract noun.
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No, the noun 'abstract' is a concrete noun, a singular common noun; a word for a summary of information or the summary of a book, article, or a speech. An abstract is a written work, a physical thing. The word 'abstract' is also a verb and an adjective. The adjective 'abstract' describes the noun 'noun' for the term 'abstract noun'. And, the verb: What did you abstract from the answer to your question?
The word 'pandemonium' is a noun; a word for a very noisy and confused situation; a word for a thing. A noun functions as the subject of a sentence or a clause, and as the object of a verb or a preposition. Example sentences: The pandemonium of four kids indoors on a rainy day will try your patience. (subject of the sentence) There was pandemonium in the street as the stars limo arrived. (direct object…