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Countable and Uncountable

Countable and Uncountable

Countable and Uncountable nouns are used to distinguish objects that are individual or in a mass. 

 

Countable Uncountable

are 2 potatoes

a potato

is some milk

(no a/an)

some/any some/any
many much
a few a little
a lot a lot

 

  • Many and much are generally used for negative sentences and questions.
  • A lot is generally used for positive sentences.

 

  • Some is used for positive sentences.
  • Any is used for negative sentences and questions.

 

See also:

The activities, How much food have I got and Spot the difference from Play Games With English: Book Two.

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