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    What is "uncount" nouns? Please, say me more examples?

    What is "uncount" nouns? Please, say me more examples?

    I want use "a" and "an" in the correct form.

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    Re: What is "uncount" nouns? Please, say me more examples?

    It is unclear what you are asking about. It is "a" and "an" or uncountable nouns?

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    Re: What is "uncount" nouns? Please, say me more examples?

    Quote Originally Posted by jeyzzz View Post
    What is "uncount" nouns? Please, say me more examples?
    'Uncount nouns' are 'non-count nouns' or 'non-countable nouns'. Search on the net for "noncount nouns" and all should be revealed.

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    Re: What is "uncount" nouns? Please, say me more examples?


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    Re: What is "uncount" nouns? Please, say me more examples?

    Quote Originally Posted by jeyzzz View Post
    What is "uncount" nouns? Please, say me more examples?
    You don't usually use a/an with uncountable nouns. A/an indicate one, so they are normally used with countable nouns.

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