COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS, Name: Juarez Castillo Anny Lizbeth …
Can use a
Have a singular and plural
With the following uncountable nouns as they may be considered countable in other languages
furniture, advice, work, news, information, luggage, money - I have five coins
count and have only one form (no plural)
: rain, butter
Always use a singular verb
sweet - The weather here
Example: - A rice - Two rice
Uncountable nouns are often
Made of smaller parts
Something that is made of smaller parts though isconsidered as a whole.
Example: sugar, rice, salt, sand, flour, dirt, dust, traffic, grass, spaghetti. - Two teaspoons of sugar
Liquid and gases
You can count the container it is in, but not the liquid or gas
: water, milk, wine, oil, coffee, rain, soup, air, smoke, etc. - The bottles of milk - Two cops of coffee
Have no physical existence. Refer to ideas, emotios and concepts that you cannot see or touch.
: love, freedom, luck, beauty, music, etc.
Nouns that say what something is made of are
normally uncountable nouns.
: wood, glass, paper, ice, gold, silver, iron, cotton, wool, steel - Gold is expensive
Is uncountable, usually it is food that needs to be cut up or eaten in smaller pieces.
: bread, fish, cheese, chocolate, meat, bacon, food, ham - Slices of bread - Loaves of bread
Name: Juarez Castillo Anny Lizbeth