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    Does the word "information" belong to the uncountable nouns? Actually the question is wether it can be used with an indefinite article.
    Many thanks for explanation.
    Sophie

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    Default Re: Uncountable nouns

    Quote Originally Posted by terentieva View Post
    Does the word "information" belong to the uncountable nouns? Actually the question is wether it can be used with an indefinite article.
    Many thanks for explanation.
    Sophie
    No, it can't be used with an indefinite article, it's uncountable.

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