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Countable nouns & Uncountable nouns
Countable nouns e.g. I eat a banana every day. I like bananas.“Banana” is a countable noun.
Countable nouns A countable noun can be 1. singular (banana)2. plural (bananas) Countable nouns are things we can count. So we can say ‘one banana’ ,‘two bananas’ etc.
Uncountable nouns e.g. I eat rice everyday. I like rice.Rice is an uncountable noun.
Uncountable nouns An uncountable noun has only one form. riceUncountable nouns are things we cannot count. We cannot say ‘one rice’, ‘two rices’, etc.
Uncountable nouns Examples of uncountable nouns: salad dressing lettuce ham water
Uncountable nouns You can not normally use a/an with uncountable nouns. We do not say ‘a rice’ or ‘a bread’. But you can often use a … of : a slice of cake a bowl of rice a drop of water a loaf of bread
Countable nouns & Uncountable nouns
Countable & Uncountable nouns
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Countable & uncountable nouns an apple things we can count more than one plural : more than one three apples Countable nouns only one singular: only.
Countable & Uncountable nouns REVIEW. Countable nouns e.g. I eat a banana every day. I like bananas. “Banana” is a countable noun. We can add ‘s’ to.
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OBJECTIVES. Making uncountable nouns countable You can make many uncountable nouns singular by adding a piece of, a loaf of, a liter of, a glass of, etc.
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