The collective nouns are:a crowd of spectatorsan audience of spectators.
A group of people watching a cricket match could be:a crowdfansspectatorssports addicts
A group of spectators are called an audience.
The collective noun for 'listeners' are:an audience of listenersa fascination of listenersThe collective nouns for 'spectators' are:an audience of spectatorsa crowd of spectators
The people at a game are called 'spectators'.The collective nouns are:a crowd of spectatorsan audience of spectators
Um... an audience?
An audience or a crowd.
No. It's just the plural form of a singular noun. If you said 'a group of spectators' the word group would be a collective noun.
All of the people attending a football game are a group of spectators.
Male spectators in the 15/95 age group.
In the phrase, "a group of spectators", the noun "group" is functioning as a collective noun. The standard collective noun is "an audience of spectators"; however, collective nouns are an informal part of language. Any noun that suits the situation can function as a collective noun.
A space set apart for a group of spectators at a public event, who may listen to, or view, a performance of particular interest to those spectators
spectators, participants; crowd
The collective noun is an audience of spectators.
I thing it is Gaggle or Spectators but I am not sure . Thanks & Regards 0203
Often referred to as an audience, a group of spectators at a event who listen and view. Spectators is also used as a group of people looking, watching, observing. (also listening, but this word is not part of the original meaning of a spectator, which in its Latin form was restricted to watching only)
'group of gossipers or spectators' 'circular space' Perhaps also connected with 'correr' = to run
What do you call a group of Dancers?
The spectators at the Colosseum reacted like the spectators of today. They yelled, applauded, cheered and booed.
People at a game are known as 'spectators'.The collective nouns are:a crowd of spectatorsan audience of spectators.