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In sports, action is the things that happen during a game. And action is uncountable in this sense. So, when the start time of the game is published, it reads something like:
"First action starts at 7:00pm "
But, first seems to suggests countability, when action in a game is uncountable. Should I add an article before first action? Is using an ordinal number adjective with an uncountable noun incorrect or slangy?
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
So, these are the same:
"He saw first action in the game"
"He saw action for the first time in the game"
And these are the same too:
"He felt first anger"
"He felt anger for the first time
So, these are very different:
"He experienced first love at 15"
"He experienced love for the first time at 15"
So, "first action starts at 7pm" should be change to "a/the first action starts at 7pm".
also "He experienced first love at 15" is wrong and should be changed to :
"He experienced a/the first love at 15"
because "first" quantizes "action" and "love"?