Dear all, I'm a new visitor here and found out that this website is very helpful.
I have a question about the "time" word. It is singular noun right? since it's uncountable but how come we often see the word "times" with "s"
e.g. The New York Times, a lot of times, etc.
Please guide me so. Thank you so much.
I have been to Paris three times [ countable noun]
How many times have you been to Paris? [ countable noun]
It took me a lot of time to solve the problem. [ uncountable noun]
I don`t have much time to solve the problem. [ uncountable]
The New York Times - a newspaper title :the period or era now or previously present: a sign of the times; How times have changed!