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Noun phrases Primary 4
We can use a noun phrase before a noun to show the quantity.a bowl of… a glass of… a cup of… a plate of… a can of… For example:
The noun ‘rice’ is uncountable.We can use noun phrases with both countable and uncountable nouns. The noun ‘rice’ is uncountable. This is a bowl of rice. This is a plate of rice.
The noun ‘noodles’ is countable.This is a bowl of noodles. This is a plate of noodles.
Here are some more examples:a bottle of water a can of cola a carton of milk a packet of potato chips a tin of fish a bar of chocolate
We can put an ‘s’ on a noun phrase to form a plural.a bowl of noodles two bowls of noodles
When forming the plural, we only put the ‘s’ on the noun phrase, not the uncountable noun.a bowl of rice two bowls of rices
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