Grammar: Countable and uncountable nouns.

Hey guy, how are you? I am back with another post about grammar. Today I will teach you Countable and uncountable nouns.

It is important to know the difference and how to use it. I see too many students and foreigns that use it in a wrong way in everyday English. Therefore, read it and have fun learning!!

  • We can count countable nouns:

e.g. One bear, two bears, three bears..

  • We cannot count uncountables nouns:

e.g. Water (we could not say I would like ‘two waters’). You would have to say I would like two bottle of water.

– Countable and uncountable nouns with some and any.

  • Countable nouns:

+ There are some birds here. ( Use some just in positive sentences).

– There are not any plant. ( Use any in negative sentences).

?  Are there any teacher here? (Use any to make a question).

  • Uncountable nouns:

+ There is some water. (Use some in positive sentences).

– There is not any water here. (Use any in negative sentences).

? Is there any water in the desert? (Use any to make a question).

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