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'ice cream' or 'an ice cream'
Is it usual to say 'an ice cream' or 'two ice creams'?
My dictionary ways 'ice cream' is an uncountable noun, but I've seen a lot of examples of putting an before 'ice cream' in books.
Re: 'ice cream' or 'an ice cream'
actually it's just ice cream.. because it's uncountable..
but you can count the ice cream by counting the scoop,the cone or the cup.such:
"I'd like to buy a cup of ice cream" but in informal or spoken, Some people say "I'd like to buy an ice cream" to make it easier.
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