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    hassle/a hassle

    In the first sentence hassle is countable. in the second sentence hassle is uncountable. How is that possible. which one is correct


    it's too much of a hassle
    it's too much hassle

    What about problem. Is it countable?
    Which one is correct?
    You have too much problem
    You have too much problems

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    Re: hassle/a hassle

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    In the first sentence hassle is countable. in the second sentence hassle is uncountable. How is that possible. which one is correct


    it's too much of a hassle
    it's too much hassle

    What about problem. Is it countable?
    Which one is correct?
    You have too much problem
    You have too much problems
    Both are countable, "It's too much of a hassle." "There are too many hassles." "You have a problem." "You have too many problems."

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