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is MOOD countable or uncountable?
I checked from a dictionary and it's considered uncountable.
why do we say...
She's in a bad mood today...
why do we use an article "a" if mood were uncountable?
is it a fixed expression?
thank you and more power!
The word mood is countable.
For example, if you talk about a person's mood (i.e., state of mind):
John was in a foul on Monday morning, a reflective mood on Wednesday and a jovial mood on Friday.
That's three different moods. It's just that a person usually only has one mood at a time.
mood is C, but regarding the use of the indefinite article, consider this:
"It's a nice tea to taste"
= (a kind of)
"Can I have two teas please?"
=(two cups of)