Can be counted as one or more.
Take an s to form the plural.
Work with expressions such as (a few, few, many, some, every, each, these, and the number of).
Work with appropriate articles (a, an, or the).
Do NOT work with much (for example, you would never say much pens or much computers).
Cannot be counted. They usually express a group or a type.
Generally cannot be pluralized.
Work both with and without an article (a, an, or the), depending on the context of the sentence.
Work with expressions such as (some, any, enough, this, that, and much).
Do NOT work with expressions such as (these, those, every, each, either, or neither).
Q. Choose all of the non-count nouns in the following list:
wine, student, pen, water, wind, milk, computer, furniture, cup, rice, box, watch, potato, wood
wine, water, wind, milk, furniture, rice, wood
|1. What are count nouns?|
|2. What are non-count nouns?|
|3. How can I determine if a noun is countable or non-countable?|
|4. Can some nouns be both countable and non-countable?|
|5. Are there any rules or patterns to determine if a noun is countable or non-countable?|