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    how do you call these nouns

    Dear Teacher,

    How do you call these nouns; staff, equipment?

    Wha are those single word nouns that have no plural?

    Thank you for your guidance.

    Wiljed

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    Re: how do you call these nouns

    They are called collective nouns.

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    Re: how do you call these nouns

    Uncountable noun is a term used for nouns that don't have plural forms forms, including nouns for things like substances (air/water, etc) that wouldn't be categorised as collective nouns.

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