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    Plural for uncountable noun?

    Is it correct to use sentence like:
    "Some practical issues and experiences ... are discussed"


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    Re: Plural for uncountable noun?

    Yes

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    Re: Plural for uncountable noun?

    Experience can be both a count and a noncount noun. Examples:
    He has lots of experience with women.
    They discussed their experiences with the opposite sex.

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