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    The abbreviation MA (Master of Arts) is a proper noun or a coutable noun?

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    Default Re: Is MA a Proper noun or Countable noun?

    Quote Originally Posted by anupumh View Post
    Hi,

    The abbreviation MA (Master of Arts) is a proper noun or a coutable noun?

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    It's countable.

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    Default Re: Is MA a Proper noun or Countable noun?

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    It's countable.
    Can in any of the contexts, it can be used as proper noun?

    Can a proper noun ever be a countable noun?

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    Default Re: Is MA a Proper noun or Countable noun?

    Quote Originally Posted by anupumh View Post
    Can in any of the contexts, it can be used as proper noun?

    Can a proper noun ever be a countable noun?
    I don't think it can be used as a proper noun.
    Yes there are occasions where a proper noun can be countable, the names of patented products for example.

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