Abstract nouns formed from verbs.

Dear Visitor,

thank you for visiting. But that’s what visitors do isn’t it? They visit.

The posts I have posted are gone (I hope, you never can tell in virtual land) and I am busy rebuilding what was into something better.

That’s the plan.

I leave you to contemplate the difference between writing and writing, and post and post. Or even love and love, and hate and hate. Which is the verb and which the noun?

Even God’s name…. is God a noun, or a verb? Yahweh, I am.

Am is a verb, a doing word.

Cheerio for now.

Fran

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2 responses to “Abstract nouns formed from verbs.

  1. Oh, they’re gone! Good that I have your book. Thank you, sir, for the Like for the Drowning post I put out. And then it also happened in England, then in the US, too. How do I dare say “Happy New Year!” despite? But I do wish it to you, to your family, to your community. Blessings.

  2. Hi S, happy new year to you too, busy rewriting the book, when it is ready will send you a new copy for free. Take care. Fran

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