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List the nouns in the following sentence. Next to each noun - label whether it is concrete or abstract by writing a "C" or an "A."
Sentence: In the midst of the excitement, Samuel lost his pencil on the bus.

This is what I believe to be correct:
excitement-A
Samuel-C
pencil-C
bus-C

Am I correct? I can't entirely determine if excitement is suppose to be concrete or abstract.

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    Missed one noun. "midst"
    The rest are correct

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