Questions tagged with countable

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No with plural or singular forms of countable nouns?
This plural or singular thing has bothered me for a long time. Should I use plural or singular fomrs of ...
no Plurals singular countable nouns +1 vote, asked Nov 10 by
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countable and uncountable differ
is this way the only way that countable and uncountable (count and non-count) nouns differ? We use many/few for countable ...
countable Uncountable 0 votes, asked Aug 13 by Hussain AL-Ghawi
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articles and nouns
Which is correct, and why? 1. He goes to college in Sydney. 2. He goes to a college in Sydney. ...
countable noun article 0 votes, asked Feb 16 by madam mayhem
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A question related to countable & non-countable nouns
I'd like to know the answer for this question with justyifing your answer if possible,Ty. You need to do.............more work ...
countable 0 votes, asked Jan 21 '14 by ramy sorour
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value as singular
Hi, Which one of the following is correct a) Pockets of values b) Pocket of value Can I use (b)? ...
values countable 0 votes, asked Sep 08 '12 by ZL Mia
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