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    Question Is "mail" an uncountable noun?

    Is "mail" an uncountable noun?
    so, there isn't "a mail" or "mails""
    how about "e-mail"?

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    Re: Is "mail" an uncountable noun?

    Quote Originally Posted by registered View Post
    Is "mail" an uncountable noun?Yes, it is the group noun. Mail consist of several letters.

    how about "e-mail"?
    E-mail is:

    1 [U] the system for using computers to send messages over the Internet:
    You can contact us by email or fax.
    What's your email address?

    2 [C] a message or document sent using this system:
    I got an email from Danielle last week.

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