I was confused, because my dictionary says that gas is uncountable/uncountable, helium is uncountable, power-sometimes countanble and sometimes uncountable and currency can be countable and can be uncountable, power-countable/uncountable.
Last edited by Bennevis; 08-Sep-2012 at 13:33.
I know it's a stretch, but how about using "dog" as an uncountable noun? 'I like dog' meaning 'I like dog meat.' I know that it sounds rather cruel and it's not something you'd hear very often, but it seems possible to me, even though a dictionary would not include this usage.