|What are abstract nouns? Abstract nouns are sometimes referred to as idea nouns. They are called abstract nouns because you can’t see or touch them. Examples of abstract nouns are: trust, bravery, pain, courage, love, peace, taste, education, friendship, thought, faith, dream. Be careful when using abstract nouns. For instance: I love the taste of candy. Taste is a noun. BUT, Did you taste it? Taste is a verb. OR, I had a scary dream last night. Dream is a noun Vs Did you dream last night? Not a noun.|
Write sentences using abstract nouns. Use nouns from the following list or come up with your own:
Trust, bravery, pain, courage, love, peace, taste, education, friendship, thought, idea, faith, dream, truth, belief, skill, idea, mood, anger, pride, fear, wealth.