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Countable & Uncountable Nouns


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accomodation
uncountable
accident
countable
advice
uncountable
bed
countable
bus
countable
damage
uncountable
dish
countable
equipment
uncountable
food
countable, uncountable
furniture
uncountable
homework
uncountable
hotel
countable
information
uncountable
countable
instrument
knowledge
uncountable
luggage
uncountable
meal
countable
news
uncountable
software
uncountable
suggestion
countable
suitcase
countable
tool
countable
transport
uncountable
countable noun
a noun that can be used in the singular and the plural
uncountable noun
a noun that does not have a plural form and cannot be used with ‘a’ or ‘one’
countable
table [tables]
countable
chair [chairs]
countable
pen [pens]
countable
student [students]
countable
tomato [tomatoes]
countable
brush [brushes]
sugar
countable, uncountable
salt
uncountable
rice
uncountable
sand
uncountable
water
uncountable
bread
uncountable
cake
countable, uncountable
cheese
countable, uncountable
milk
uncountable
yoghurt
countable, uncountable
lemonade
countable, uncountable
tea
countable, uncountable
cereal
countable, uncountable
spaghetti
uncountable
meat
uncountable
countable
watch [watches]
countable
box [boxes]
countable
dress [dresses]
countable
baby [babies]
Countable noun
Individual objects which can be counted
Uncountable noun
They are abstract nouns that we cannot divide into separate segments to count them
[Usage]
Uncountable nouns usually treated as singular and we use a singular verb.
[Usage]
The indefinite article a/an is usually not used with uncountable nouns.
[Usage]
We can use some, any, a little,much with uncountable nouns.
[Usage]
A countable noun can be both Singular or Plural
[Usage]
Use the singular form of the verb with singular countable noun.
[Usage]
Use the plural form of the verb with plural countable noun
[Usage]
Collective nouns are countable
[Ex of some words used in countable nouns]
A,an,a few,several,many,some,plenty of,a lot of,a large number of
[ ex of some words used in uncountable nouns]
A little,much,any,some,plenty of,a lot of,a large amount of,a great deal of