I'm not convinced yet of "countable nouns".
I mean, if a native speaker says: "I like strawberry" (as I've heard sometimes), should I consider that his/her English is not correct? Can I accept that?
Which is the correct way: "I have a doubt" or "I have some doubt".
Watermelon can be C or U. What's the difference?
It depends on the context:Originally Posted by Emanuelli
Pat: I like strawberries. (the fruit)
Max: I like strawberry. (the flavor)
I doubt. . .Originally Posted by Emanuelli
I have some doubts. (Plural)
Count: How many watermelons do you have? (noun)Originally Posted by Emanuelli
Cf. I like watermelon flavored ice-cream. (adjective)