type of noun?
word 'voice' and word 'grammar' are which type of noun (among common and abstract)?
There are two (among others) divisions of nouns in binary oppositions: concrete vs. abstract and common vs. proper. You don't normally compare common to abstract; it's concrete vs. abstract. For example, "idea" is an abstract noun, and "table" is a concrete noun. "City" is common while "New York City" is proper. Back to your question: if "voice" is used as somebody's physical voice, then it is concrete; "grammar" (being at the level of ideas) is abstract.
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