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    ice cream/ ice creams/ sweets (candy/ candies)

    Hi! Could you please tell me whether I have used the countable and uncountable nouns correctly in the following examples?


    a.1) She sells ice cream.
    2) She sells sweets.
    3) She sells candy.

    b. 1) I would like some ice cream.
    2) I would like some sweets.
    3) I would like some candy.

    c. 1) Is there any ice cream?
    2) Are there any sweets?
    3) Is there any candy?

    d. 1) I ate too much ice cream./ I ate three ice creams.
    2) I ate too many sweets./I ate six sweets.
    3) I ate too much candy./ I ate six candies.

    e. 1) I like ice cream.
    2) I like sweets.
    3) I like candy.
    Last edited by Crowned 91; 04-Aug-2014 at 19:51. Reason: added "e"

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    Re: ice cream/ ice creams/ sweets (candy/ candies)

    They all work for me.

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