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    count/uncount

    hi,

    are struggle and trouble count nouns or uncount nouns?


    thanks


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    Re: count/uncount

    Quote Originally Posted by learner110 View Post
    hi,

    are struggle and trouble count nouns or uncount nouns?


    thanks
    Consult a dictionary.


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    Re: count/uncount

    Quote Originally Posted by learner110 View Post
    hi,

    are struggle and trouble count nouns or uncount nouns?


    thanks
    Struggle is countable. Trouble can be countable or uncountable. It depends on how you use it.

    They experienced a lot of trouble on the road.

    Their troubles didn't last long.

    troubles - This refers to more than one thing that is difficult or possibly specific troubles.

    trouble - This refers to that which is difficult, but not specific things.

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