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What are the nouns in the following sentence: Neither Stan nor Kyle likes to talk in front of a large group. It says there are four nouns; I have three: Stan, Kyle, and group. What would be the last one?

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    Front is also a noun. One way you can tell is that it's the object of the preposition "in." Also, usually you can put "the" before a noun and it will make sense.

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    Thank you!!!!!

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