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Are snack countable or uncountable nouns? Should I say " I like many snacks or mucch snacks" Which is right many or much?
Say, 'Is "snack" a countable or uncountable noun?'
Originally Posted by loveydovey
It's countable, and can mean a light meal or a food suitable for snacking.
"I like many snacks." is correct.
Your are bang right. I guess the following sentence should be correct.
Originally Posted by 2006
' There were many snacks at the food counter '.
I have never hear "You (no r) are bang right.", but people do say 'You are bang on.', which means you are absolutely right.
Originally Posted by arunp
Yes, your sentence is correct.
Retired English Teacher