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    is "some water" uncountable or countable?

    Hi,

    I heard of someone saying that "There is some water in that pitcher."
    I am not sure if it is correct to say
    "Some water are stored in the pitcher."

    Thank you!
    Kitty

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    Cool Re: is "some water" uncountable or countable?

    Quote Originally Posted by kwfine View Post
    hi,

    i heard of someone saying that "there is some water in that pitcher."
    i am not sure if it is correct to say
    "some water are stored in the pitcher."

    Thank you!
    Kitty


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    Re: is "some water" uncountable or countable?

    No - it's some water is....

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