Use Concrete Language Copy

Concrete words are specific, real, and definite. They get things done.

Examples: library, lead pipe, Colonel Mustard

Abstract words are ideas or thoughts that have no physical existence.

Examples: love, quality, management

Rule of Thumb for Determining Concrete/Abstract

Say the word and then describe the visual picture it brings to your mind. If no visual picture comes up (or if one or several come up that do not correlate with the meaning you intended), the word is most likely abstract.