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Uncountable Nouns - English Grammar


What are Uncountable nouns?

Uncountable nouns are:

Nouns that can not be represented in the singular form or the plural form, such as water, air, coffee, tea are some examples of nouns that can only be represented in the singular form.

Nouns that can not be represented by a number are called uncountable nouns. It is not possible to say I need 4 air, or 6 sugar.

Uncountable nouns are nouns that can not be counted. Examples of uncountable nouns are: water, air, grass, paint, oil etc.

Rules for Using Uncountable Nouns:

Uncountable nouns only used in the singular tense.

A or an can not be used with uncountable nouns. "The" can be used with uncountable nouns.

Certain quantifiers can be used with uncountable nouns, such as some, any, much, a lot are some examples of the quantifiers that can be used with uncountable nouns.

Quaintly of uncountable nouns is expressed by the expression "a. ....of......". (Examples: a bag of sugar, a bottle of oil.

Uncountable nouns only used in the singular tense.

A or an can not be used with uncountable nouns. "The" can be used with uncountable nouns.

Certain quantifiers can be used with uncountable nouns, such as some, any, much, a lot are some examples of the quantifiers that can be used with uncountable nouns.

Quaintly of uncountable nouns is expressed by the expression "a. ....of......". (Examples: a bag of sugar, a bottle of oil.


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