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Whether the word 'trouble' is a count noun or a noun-count noun. If both, what is the difference between the two kinds of usage?? Please guide.My heartiest thanks to all the teachers on this forum for the guidance and help they provide.
'Trouble' can be used as a countable noun:
John told me all his troubles last night.
The troubles in Northern Ireland lasted some thirty years.
But what I want to know is that whether there is a difference in their meaning i.e. between 'much trouble' and 'many troubles'