Countable or Uncountable? . CEP 811 Jinny KimHan. Count Noun. The main difference between count and noncount nouns is whether or not the things they refer to can be counted. -A count noun is a noun that has both a singular and plural form.
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The main difference between count and noncount nouns is
whether ornot the things they refer to can be counted.
-A count noun is a noun that has both a singular and
-Count nounsrefer tothings that can be divided up into
smaller unitswhich are separate and distinct from one
-Count nouns can be pluralized by adding a final -s to the
-Count nounsusually refer to what can individually be seen or
heard: table chair finger bottle crayon pencil. child, etc…
because they are regarded as wholes which cannot be
divided into parts.
collective meaning: anger, warmth, leisure, education,
courage, weather, rice, equipment, advice, bread, etc...
a condition or process and can’t
count. For example, ambition,
analysis, basis, change, conflict,
death, difficulty, divorce, failure,
meaning, pain, sound, etc..
You are absolutely right!
The noun you chose can be counted.
That means that there can be more
than one of them.