Hello, guys am very thankful to all who took their time to look at my problem:
I appreciate all the insights you guys chipped in @ Salem c,@Jonnin,@Dhyden, @Dothumhas.
I will look into all as I needed any insight I could find.
@Furry thanks for the criticism, although this is a problem I have and I need to find a solution to it, I didn't realize my statement was vague but it was the best I could offer, I needed some help that is why I came here the place I always come when I have a programming problem, I'll try to restate my problem though, I completely understand your concern, maybe I need some more research.
So this is my new statement:
"Hello Joe, welcome to Austria."
How can I tell that Austria and Joe are nouns within the text above?
I know it might not be clear yet but you get the idea though.
@Dothumhas well i'll not be considering gerunds as what I seek is this simpler definition to a noun.
A noun is a word that functions as the name of some specific thing or set of things, such as
living creatures, objects, places, actions, qualities, states of existence, or ideas.
"meaning from the web."
How I might approach it, I also understand that this is not a simple problem that is why am trying to get as many insights as I can.
@Dhyden am not a beginner I have quite some experience, I come here because I consider this forum to be very friendly and everyone is always willing to help, I also do help whenever I can.
Thank you all, be blessed.