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My task was to divide nouns into countable and uncountable/ Here is my choice:
Countable - contract, tax, dollar, discount, entrepreneur, franchise, rate, stag, firm, trademark.
Uncountable - assistance, cash, assessment, insolvency, measure, liability.
Please, correct me if I'm mistaken.
I'm confused, cause the rule - "nouns having no plural form are uncountable" seems not to work, as ALL the nouns theoretically have plural form.
Last edited by marin123; 28-Oct-2011 at 09:09.