Top Grammar Mistakes.pdf

A countable noun is something you can count: 30 books, many researchers, 100 apples, several PCs. Generally, if a countable noun is in the singular it must be preceded by a or the. I work as a researcher. She works in a bank. We did the tests in the laboratory. UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS An uncountable noun is seen is a mass rather than as several clearly identifiable parts. You cannot use a/an or one before an uncountable noun. Examples of uncountable nouns: research, information, feedback, English You cannot say:

Top Grammar Mistakes.pdf

A countable noun is something you can count: 30 books, many researchers, 100 apples, several

PCs. Generally, if a countable noun is in the singular it must be preceded by a or the.

I work as a researcher. She works in a bank. We did the tests in the laboratory.

UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS

An uncountable noun is seen is a mass rather than as several clearly identifiable parts. You cannot

use a/an or one before an uncountable noun.

Examples of uncountable nouns: research, information, feedback, English

You cannot say:





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