Countable and Uncountable NOUNS

What are countable and uncountable nouns?

Countable nouns

Countable nouns are the nouns that you can count and where if they are in singular you can put a/an where it is necessary.

Uncountable nouns

Uncountable nouns are nouns that you cannot count. You don’t put a/an before them. To make them countable, you can add a phrase before a noun: – a bar of chocolate, a jar of marmalade, a piece of information.

 

countable and uncountable nouns
countable and uncountable nouns
regular and irregular plural of NOUNS
regular and irregular plural of NOUNS
plural of nouns exercises
plural of nouns exercises
regular and irregular plural of nouns
regular and irregular plural of nouns

 

Regular and Irregular Plural of Nouns: Exercises

Add –S or –ES to the following nouns in singular:
box-
bus-
store-
brush-
pencil-
flower-
plate-
dish-
buzz-
lunch-
friend-
book-
cup-
house-
spoon
eye-
quiz-
ring-
finger-
note-

 

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