The nouns in a sentence are the words for a person, place, or thing. In the sentence, "Find the nouns in a sentence.", the nouns are nouns and sentence.
The nouns in your sentence are group, nouns, and sentence.
The two nouns, 'nouns' and 'sentence' are placed correctly in your sentence.
The sentence, 'How many abstract nouns does this sentence contain?', contains no abstract nouns.
The nouns in the sentence are roof and barn.
They are not proper nouns. They would not be capitalized in a sentence.
In the question above, nouns and sentence are the only nouns. Neither of which are proper nouns.
Verbs and nouns (or pronouns) are the basis of a sentence. Nouns (or pronouns), the subject of a sentence and a verb form a sentence or a clause.
The common nouns in this sentence is the crew, supplies, and ship. There are no proper nouns in your sentence.
The nouns in the sentence are: friends and wonder.
The nouns in the sentence are frog and rock.
The nouns in the sentence are: Betty, California, summer.
The nouns in the sentence are California and summer.
The nouns in the sentence are leash and walk.
Nouns are people, place, and thing words. The nouns in your sentence are "brains" and "watermelons."
The nouns in the sentence are dogs and friends, both common nouns.
There are two nouns in the sentence: 'accident' and 'morning'.
Cake and program are the nouns in that sentence.
The nouns in the sentence are: leopard and spots.
There are two nouns in the sentence, they are flower and fragrance.
The common nouns in your sentence are: conclusion and experiment.
There are no collective nouns in the sentence. A collective noun is determined by its use. A collective noun is a word used to group other nouns in a descriptive way. The nouns 'group' and 'audience' are often used as collective nouns, but in this sentence they are not. The nouns 'group' and 'audience' are not describing anyone.
The nouns are fairness, side, and story. They are all abstract nouns in this sentence.
Yes, there can be two or more nouns in a sentence. There can as many nouns in a sentence as necessary to convey an idea. (nouns in bold, three noun per each sentence)
Hat, hood, helicopter, hockey puck, hockey stick, honey, he, him