Student or Learner
The hair so difficult to comb because there are a lot of knots.
1. Do I call them knots?
2. What should I fill in the blank of the following sentence?
The hair are very _________.
1. Is the above sentence correct?
2. I put The hair is & I put they have all been. I assume hair is uncountable. Am I right? Can I use plural form for the noun which is uncountable?
But just a question: is there a real difference between a knot and a tangle? Or are they used for different things?
There's not much difference.
My hair is really knotted.
My hair is badly tangled.
His hair is full of knots.
I personally wouldn't use "tangle" as a noun in this particular context.