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    countable or non-countable?

    Please teach me this is a countable or non-countable noun
    in this sentence below.

    " I don't get paid for delay(s)."

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    Re: countable or non-countable?

    Quote Originally Posted by ivygreen View Post
    Please teach me this is a countable or non-countable noun
    in this sentence below.

    " I don't get paid for delay(s)."
    actually it can be used both ways

    this should give you an idea of how to use it
    maybe you should also have a look there

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