countable uncountable noun
One of my students has troubled me by asking the difference between countable,uncountable noun and pronoun of number,quantity..
I think there is a difference between noun and pronoun why does she want to compare..
If any of you know the answer please tell me..
Re: countable uncountable noun
Can you give an example of what you mean. You question is not clear.
Originally Posted by newteacher12
Yes, there is a difference between nouns and pronouns.
How to explain the difference between "countable,uncountable noun and pronoun of number,quantity", however, would certainly depend on a clarification of the question.
By the way, are you teaching the use of two periods to end a sentence?
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