Human beings have 5 senses. Whatever is around you, if you identify those with the help of any one of your 5 senses, then its name will be called a concrete noun.
What is a concrete noun?
A concrete noun is a noun that denotes the names of things that can be recognized through any of the 5 senses.
As you know that human beings have 5 senses. These are sight, smell, touch, hearing, and taste.
If you can identify something through one of these, then its name will be a concrete noun.
For example, building
You can touch it, you can see it too. Hence it is a concrete noun.
Noise: You can hear it, so it’s a concrete noun.
Rainbow: You can see it, so it’s Concrete Noun.
|Sweet||Smell, touch, sight, taste|
|Flower||Smell, touch, sight|
|Food||Smell, touch, sight, taste|
|Garlic||Smell, taste, touch, sight|
Other types of concrete nouns
Person: engineer, clerk, boy, girl, child, father, mother, teacher, etc.
Animal: cat, dog, cow, elephant, tiger, lion, peacock, hummingbird, parrot, monkey, rat, etc.
Place: school, house, building, mall, playground, fort, lake, river, mountain, etc.
Things: mobile, fire, water, TV, laptop, pen, soap, glass, bike, bus, chair, table, food, bottle, bag, etc.