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    The sense of audience

    Hi, I still have some problems using collective nouns.

    For the above phrase, is 'The sense of audience' a correct expression? or should I put something between 'of' and 'audience'?

    Thanks for any help in advance.

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    Re: The sense of audience

    I'd add an/the if you're referring to the way the audience feels.

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