What is Countable / Uncountable Noun?
Examples of Countable / Uncountable Noun.
If something (a noun) can be counted, later it is considered to be a countable noun. If we can put “one,” “a,” or “many” in belly of a noun, later we can sum it.
Countable noun : describe the quantity it contain singular or plural form, can be used with a number or a/an before it.
Example of Countable Noun:
Uses of Countable Noun:
- Please fetch my Books from the Table.
2. A apple juice jug is in the refrigerator.
3. Shop of Toys near to my house
If a noun cannot be counted, then it is considered to be an uncountable noun. If we are unable to put “one,” “a,” or “many” in stomach of a noun, subsequently we cannot insert it.
Uncountable Noun: describe such nouns they can not be counted, mass, liquid, emotions,ideas, wind.
example of uncountable Noun:
Uses of Uncountable Noun
- My father loves to have Tea.
- Wafers are more crispy than biscuits.
- breakfast with bread is more light than any other stuff.
- Sunflower Oil for health.