Countable or count nouns are words which can be counted. I always have to make a point that one thing is ‘native’ English and another is the ‘academic’ English which they have to learn for their exams. Tonight it’s French, Latin, Pyshiks, Spelling: I remember it is an uncountable noun when I learned English in middle school. Test your understanding of this English lesson Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count. Pound Countable Uncountable I don’t know
Click here to see the current stats of this English test Please log in to save your progress. I’m trying to understand kaiserina’s description of homeworkas not a “pure substantive”. Tim Tim 4, 56 Information Countable Uncountable I don’t know 2. When using countable or uncountable nouns, pay attention to articles and adjectives! The eighth homework assignment is due this Friday.
So small, one might even consider them to be wrong Jamie Jamie 1, 3 9 Countable and Uncountable Nouns by Rebecca.
Count and Non-Count Nouns
One way to classify nouns is according to whether they can be counted or not. You can have a lot of homework including several assignments. Cassette Countable Uncountable I don’t know Some people can be found who use the words as countable and so you see homeworks and softwares out there.
Yes, but do you know why? Countable or count nouns are words which can be counted. I don’t know any such people hkmework they seem to be in the vast tiny?
Thank you for your interest in this question. I can only add that I think homework is just as countable as software! In your case, use “assignment” instead.
The eighth homework is due this Friday. A couple of countable examples: Money Countable Uncountable I don’t know 5.
countavle These posts have been copied from a thread in the Italian-English forum so please forgive the occasional burst of Italian in the posts above. The topic for discussion here is ElaineG’s statement: Click here to see the current stats of this English test Please log in to save your progress.
But what you say seems strange to me.
nouns – Is “homework” countable? – English Language & Usage Stack Exchange
Fruit Countable Uncountable I don’t know 9. Coffee Countable Uncountable I don’t know 6. I remember it is an uncountable noun when I learned English in hommework school. Information Countable Uncountable I don’t know 2.
Countable or uncountable?
Singular Plural chair chairs bottle bottles student students Uncountable or non-count nouns are words which cannot be counted. Tests are good, you choose as a class how many tests there are and individually how many of the homeworks you do. Ribran – ask the professors what they think of this – they may become sheepish and amend it.
Of course, things may have changed since I did homework, and I may have remembered this awry – there is no hint from the OED of countable homework. Ask for “items” or “pieces” of homework.
Countable, uncountable: homework
Marcin Marcin 4, 16 When using countable or uncountable nouns, pay attention to articles and adjectives! Had a non-native written the above, there would have been a lot of ruffled feathers in the dovecot.
I am not native English. Tim Tim 4, 56 Twitter Share English exercise “Countable or uncountable?