Definition of Kroner is see table at currency.
Sentence: At a bank there is a lot of kroner that is storaged.
The only concrete noun in your sentence is sentence. Note: The noun 'sentence' is a concrete noun only for a written or spoken sentence; the noun 'sentence' as a word for a penalty imposed for a crime conviction is an abstract noun.
The first noun in a sentence may be the subject of the sentence, but NOT ALWAYS, for example:John sat on the bench. (the noun 'John' is the subject of the sentence)He sat on the bench. (the pronoun 'he' is the subject of the sentence, the first noun in the sentence is 'bench', the object of the preposition 'on')
With the exception of not capitalizing the 'y' at the start of the sentence, it is a correct sentence.
In this sentence I am typing write now, I used barefacedin a sentence.
My Norwegian grandfather pays his groceries with kroner.
Very carefully. But if you meant an example sentence, then: Kroner rhymes with boner lol.
You just used it in a sentence.
Kroner is just the plural form of a currency like "dollars" or "pounds" or "pesos". So, "Do you have any kroner?" works just like "Do you have any dollars?"
Kroner is the currency of Denmark
Like Sweden and Denmark, the currency is 'Kroner' pron. kroo-nuh, which directly translated means 'crowns' - the ISO code is NOK. 1 krone is made up of 100 øre, pron ur-ruh, which directly translated means 'ears'! This could well be ears of corn or wheat though ...!
Richard Kroner was born in 1884.
Richard Kroner died in 1974.
Erling Kroner died in 2011.
Amber Kroner is 5' 1".
Gary Kroner was born in 1940.
Erling Kroner was born in 1943.