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    Is my sentence correct?

    You have you pull yourself up on a rock using your hands and feet.
    I'm a little confused with the word "rock'', because sometimes it is
    uncountable and sometimes countable. Could you please explain it to me.

    Thank you for speanding your time answering my question.


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    Re: Is my sentence correct?

    He's climbing on a particular rock. It's not referring to "rock" as a type of substance. So it is a rock. Where people go rock climbing there are usually numerous rocks in the landscape.

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