Countable and uncountable nouns
What are countable and uncountable nouns?
Countable nouns are people, places, or things that we can count, like 1,2,3,4, etc For example: 5 apples, 2 cities, 10 bridges, 10,000 cars
Uncountable nouns are the opposite of countable nouns and thus as the name suggests are nouns that cannot be quantified. Uncountable nouns usually refer to things such as liquids, materials, substances and abstract qualities (Parrot, 2010, p.10). Examples of this type of noun include: pollution, traffic, milk, success, marble etc