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    hardships

    hardship is uncountable right.
    but i always see 's' after hardship

    what is the difference if i say hardship vs hardships?

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    Re: hardships

    hardship is uncountable right.- No; it can be countable or uncountable:
    Cambridge Dictionaries Online - Cambridge University Press
    We faced many hardships. (c)
    It was a life of hardship. (u)

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