Here I am again to ask you about the definition of Countable/Uncountable nouns that we see in dictionaries.
For example: Apple (C/U), but it doesn't mention when it's Count. or Uncountable.
Other example was with Pear (C/U).
How do I know? Can I use both of them?
*PS: Two cups of coffee = two coffees???
Three bottles of beer = two beers???
Re: Uncountable Nouns
Count: How many?
Non-Count: How much?
Two cups of coffee, two coffees (OK)
Three bottles of beer, two beers (OK)
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