Countable and Uncountable Nouns, For IELTS

In this post we are going to learn, what is countable and uncountable noun ? Both countable and uncountable we shall learn with examples. And if you want to countable and uncountable nouns so, first you need to know what is noun. so!
first we will going to know what is noun ? and then we will learn about countable and uncountable.

WHAT IS NOUN ?

A  noun is a word that names something, such as a person,  place, thing, or idea.

Here is some examples for nouns.

Examples:  Book, Freedom, India, Delhi, Girl, Basketball, Bedroom, Lion, House, and many more.

WHAT IS COUNTABLE NOUN ?

Countable nouns: can be counted. Examples: an apple, two apples, three apples, etc.

The first thing you need to know the countable noun. When we have countable nouns we need to put ‘a’ or ‘an‘ and number, in front of it.

WHAT IS UNCOUNTABLE NOUN ?

 Uncountable nouns: cannot be counted. Examples: air, rice, water, oil etc. 

Separate the  following nouns into countable and uncountable nouns.

grassPendogAdvicecitycup
Boxwaterinkpotinkkingcoffee
Egggoldliontrainchemistryschool
LoreCottonsilkgirlstorybutter
Starchairteasalt applecat

Now here is answer.

COUNTABLEUNCOUNTABLE
      Box,          Egg    Lore,          coffee
      Pen,          dog    grass,         butter
      cup,           school     salt,           Star
      cat,            apple    Cotton,       chemistry
      king,           train     gold,           tea
     girl,               lion    water,          silk
    Inkpot,           story     Advice,            ink

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