Countable English Nouns | Fix Common Grammar Mistakes & Errors

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There are two types of nouns – countable and uncountable. Knowing the difference between them and how you can use these types of nouns is really important. It affects how you use:
– articles (a/an/the)
– much/many
– some/any
– a little/a few
– so/such

Learning and understanding how countable and uncountable nouns are used differently in English will DRAMATICALLY improve your grammar!

I’ve made a worksheet that you can download so you can practice what you learn in this lesson.

This video, we鈥檒l focus on countable nouns. You can check out my lesson on uncountable nouns right here:

What you need to know about countable nouns:
Some nouns are 鈥榗ountable鈥 鈥 very simply, you can count them!
We can say there are three, five or ten of these nouns.
Countable nouns have singular and plural forms.
For example: one lemon (singular), three lemons (plural)

You can use the articles ‘a’ and ‘an’, with the singular form of the noun: a glass, an apple, a banana鈥

What about plural countable nouns?

When you have a plural countable noun, you can use the number to say how many. Or you can use 鈥榮ome鈥 (when you don鈥檛 want to be specific about how many)
You can say: some red chillies, some potatoes, two forks and three zucchinis!

Most English nouns are countable nouns. Other examples include: day, week, hour, minute, dollar, task, story, job, coin, accident and appointment.

Countable nouns:
– can be singular or plural.
– use a/an when using the singular form
– Use some when plural, but you don鈥檛 want to be specific
– Use the number to be specific!

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47 thoughts on “Countable English Nouns | Fix Common Grammar Mistakes & Errors

  1. what is the right sentence and why
    I like pineapple or I like pineapples
    when I say I like something in general and that is countable , shouldn't I use plural?
    the man chops onions or the man chops onion

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