Lesson 16 – Countable Nouns

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Learn about Countable and Uncountable Nouns in English

Countable nouns in English are objects that can be counted or have a plural form. These nouns can be used with both singular and plural forms and can have numbers like “one,” “two,” “three,” etc. Examples of countable nouns include “book” (books), “cat” (cats), “chair” (chairs), and “student” (students). Countable nouns can also be used with indefinite articles like “a” or “an” before the singular form, such as “a book,” “an apple,” or “a car.” Watch this video to learn more about countable and uncountable nouns.

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Grammar Exercises for Countable & Uncountable Nouns

Exercise 1 – Sort the nouns by countable or uncountable

Exercise 2 – Complete the sentences with the missing word

Exercise 3 – Practice quiz about countable and uncountable nouns

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

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