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    Exclamation NOUNS

    I've just got one question is water a noun if it is then what category does it fall in I am kinda confused

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    Re: NOUNS

    Welcome to the board, Sahijpreet.

    Water is a common noun.

    Rover


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    Re: NOUNS

    And "water" is a non-count noun. (Like "grass," "gold," "wheat" it's an undifferentiated mass.)

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