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    #1

    check grammaticality?

    Is it grammatically correct to say (a splendid scenery)
    Or ungrammatical since scenery is not a countable noun and one would better use (a splendid view)?

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    #2

    Re: check grammaticality?

    Right, it's not countable.
    The scenery was splendid. Enjoy the splendid scenery.
    It's a splendid view.

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