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    nouns.

    Is the word experience, an uncountable noun?

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    It can be both countable and uncountable. If I am talking about my professional life, for instance, I would use it uncountably as it's part of a single process. However, if I were talking about my 'experiences'when travelling around the world, I would use the plural as they may be unconnected and very different.:-0

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