Is feature a countable noun or uncountable noun?
I'm new here. I tried to search the forum first, didn't find the answer. And
I also tried to look it up in the online webster dictionary, and didn't find it either.
Which one is correct?
This is a new feature in model 2004.
This is new featuer in model 2004.
And how can I tell a noun countable or uncountable later?
Please help me.
Re: Is feature a countable noun or uncountable noun?
This is a new feature on the 2004 model.
Originally Posted by 3quarter
One feature, two features, three features, and so on. It's countable. :D