What Are Countable Nouns?
What Are Uncountable Nouns?
Uncountable nouns cannot be counted and therefore only have a singular form. Additionally, they cannot be used with numbers.
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Using Singular and Plural Verbs
When using nouns as subjects, it's important to use singular verbs with singular nouns and plural verbs with plural nouns. Pay attention to the examples:
Common Uncountable Nouns
Here is a list of common uncountable nouns:
Asking about Countable and Uncountable Nouns
When forming questions, how many is used with countable nouns, and how much is used with uncountable nouns.
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Compound nouns are formed when two or more words are joined together to create a new word that has an entirely new meaning.
Proper and Common Nouns
Did you know there are two kinds of noun: common nouns and proper nouns. Common nouns refer to general nouns and proper nouns refer to specific nouns.
Singular and Plural Nouns
Anything that is just one in quantity is singular. But what if there is more than one? Nouns that are two or more are called plurals! Simple, yes? Let's see!
If we want to represent certain individual nouns as one entity we can make use of collective nouns. In this lesson, you'll learn about their structure and uses.
Possessive structures have many functions like showing ownership or belonging. With the help of apostrophe 's', we can make a possessive noun. Let's start!