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Is "work" an abstract or concrete noun?
Is "risk" an abstract or concrete noun?

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Dear Madison,
I have a fractured elbow and am typing this with my left hand...sorry it is late in getting to you.
"Work" you can't see or use any of your senses.  You see a person doing something but you don't see work.
Same thing with risk.  It is also abstract.  
So both of these words are abstract.
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