Exercise 4: Concrete vs. Abstract Nouns Quiz Statistics and Answer Key

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They say money can't buy happiness. What type of noun is the word "happiness"?
The correct answer is "abstract noun"

Jane sat in the red velvet chair. What type of noun is the word "chair"?
The correct answer is "concrete noun"

Ted enjoys his freedom to travel. What type of noun is the word "freedom"?
The correct answer is "abstract noun"

It takes time to learn a new language. What type of noun is the word "time"?
The correct answer is "abstract noun"

Scott bought a new car. What type of noun is the word "car"?
The correct answer is "concrete noun"

Abed dropped his phone in the pool. What type of noun is the word "phone"?
The correct answer is "concrete noun"

Amira makes her bed every morning. What type of noun is the word "bed"?
The correct answer is "concrete noun"

The criminals were brought to justice. What type of noun is the word "justice"?
The correct answer is "abstract noun"

Cammie received an award for her creativity. What type of noun is the word "creativity"?
The correct answer is "abstract noun"

Harry took a cookie from the jar. What type of noun is the word "cookie"?
The correct answer is "concrete noun"