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<p>COUNTABLE &amp; UNCOUNTABLE NOUNSColin's diet recipe</p> <p>Uncountable</p> <p>cheese meat</p> <p>carrots</p> <p>eggs cucumbers</p> <p>Countable</p> <p>Designed by Hong Dao @Active English</p> <p>UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS ?</p> <p>Uncountable nouns often refer to liquids, materials , general concepts and abstract qualities . Uncountable nouns are singular they don' t usually have plural forms .</p> <p>Designed by Hong Dao @Active English</p> <p>UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS</p> <p>Uncountable nouns Questions Affirmative statements How much +cheese pasta rice uncountable does he noun eat? He eats a lot of +cheese. uncountable noun</p> <p>Negative statements He doesn't eat pasta. much + uncountable noun He doesn't a loteat of rice.</p> <p>Designed by Hong Dao @Active English</p> <p>COUNTABLE NOUNS ?</p> <p>Countable nouns are nouns we can count . They have singular and plural forms .</p> <p>Use the articles A or AN before a singular noun .</p> <p>Designed by Hong Dao @Active English</p> <p>COUNTABLE NOUNS</p> <p>Countable nounsQuestions How many +eggs potatoes bananas countable does noun he eat?</p> <p>Affirmative statements</p> <p>He eats a lot of eggs. + countable noun He a eats / an egg s. every morning.</p> <p>Negative statements He doesn't many eat potatoes. + countable noun He doesn't a lot eat of bananas.</p> <p>Designed by Hong Dao @Active English</p> <p>COUNTABLE &amp; UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS IN APPLICATIONQuestionsHow much +rice uncountable noun How many +potatoes plural countable noun</p> <p>Affirmative statements</p> <p>uncountable noun a lot of cheese plural countable noun a lot of potatoes+</p> <p>Negative statements</p> <p>much +rice uncountable noun a lot of +rice uncountable noun plural countable noun many +potatoes</p> <p>a lot of +potatoes plural countable nounDesigned by Hong Dao @Active English</p> <p>COUNTABLE &amp; UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS</p> <p>Designed by Hong Dao @Active English</p> <p>COUNTABLE &amp; UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS</p> <p>Designed by Hong Dao @Active English</p> <p>COUNTABLE &amp; UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS</p> <p>Designed by Hong Dao @Active English</p> <p>COUNTABLE &amp; UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS</p> <p>Some nouns can be both countable and uncountable wit h a difference in meaning.rock (uncountable = the material) a rock (countable = a piece o f rock) coffee (uncountable = the substance) a coffee (countable = a cup o f coffee) ff^ hair (uncountable) a hair (countable = one hair)</p> <p>Designed by Hong Dao @Active English</p> <p>COUNTABLE &amp; UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS</p> <p>Some nouns which are uncountable in English may be countable in your own language. In English, these nouns are uncountable: Accommodation, furniture, knowledge, music, traffic, advice, homework, luggage, news, transport , fruit, information, money, pasta CAN I HAVE SOME INFORMATION ? NOT Can I have some informations ?</p> <p>Designed by Hong Dao @Active English</p> <p>COUNTABLE &amp; UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS</p> <p>Uncountable nouns can be countable if we use expressions such as:a piece of advice / fruit / information / news a slice of bread / toast / cheese a bar of chocolate a cup of coffee / tea a grain of sand a glass of water</p> <p>Designed by Hong Dao @Active English</p>