Is the word "analysis" countabe or uncaoutable? Sometimes I have a doubt on the use of the indefinite article with it. Could you shed some lite on it?
Could you please elaborate on that? When is it countable, and when is it uncountable?
Rule of thumb(My thumb actually) is if used as an instance or specific kind then treat it as count! For instance, when we use "analysis" as the process of analyzing then it should be abstract and uncountable but when we use it as "an instance or one version of such sort of analysis then it is considered concrete and countable.