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    contable nouns.

    Hi guys. I was studying countable nouns when i had doubts about these following nous. I would like to know which of them are countable.

    News, bread, advice, music, weather, equipment, vocabulary, baggage, paper and illness.

    Thank u.

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    Re: contable nouns.

    Have you checked in a dictionary?

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    Re: contable nouns.

    Not yet

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    Re: contable nouns.

    We are very happy to try to help when people are confused by dictionary entries, think they may be wrong, find counter-examples etc, but we are not here to replace the excellent dictionaries available on paper and on-line.

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    Re: contable nouns.

    Understand . It's because I did not find it anywhere but I'll look for it again. Thanks

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