Is equipment countable or uncountable?
The noun 'hair' is an uncountable noun as a word for asubstance that grows from human or animal skin. The noun 'hair' is a count noun as a word for the strands orshafts of… this substance. The plural noun is hairs. Examples: "Your hair is a mess!" (uncountable) "You have cat hairs on your coat." (countable)
It is uncountable. Can you have 3 food? No. The best way to check is to compare it to money and dollars. Money is uncountable and dollars is countable. I can have 3 dollars, …but not 3 money.
Proper nouns can be countable or uncountable, depending on the noun. If a noun is uncountable as a common noun, it is uncountable as a proper noun; for example: . tea is a…n uncountable noun: a cup of tea or Lipton Tea . courage is an uncountable noun: she has a lot of courage or ' The Red Badge of Courage ' . sunshine is an uncountable noun: a ray of sunshine or Sunshine VIC, Australia If a noun is countable as a common noun, it is countable as a proper noun; for example: . one apple, two apples or Mott's Apple Juice . one boy, two boys or Boy's Life magazine . one statue, two statues or The Statue of Liberty
Information is not countable as in "informations". We can say 1 part of information. this can add up as in 2 parts of information. Needed information to solve a mystery may co…nsist of quite a few parts. The word itself is not countable.
The noun 'literature' is an uncountable noun , a type ofaggregate noun, a noun representing an indefinite number ofelements. Under ordinary circumstances, it is thought of a…s uncountable. Butit can be used in a 'countable' sense if you are talking aboutvarious disparate world literatures. So it would help to know ifthe person asking you this is making any assumptions aboutliterature being confined to a single language. If we are talkingabout a single language, then the word is almost alwaysuncountable.
The noun meat is an uncountable noun as a word for a substance. Units of meat are expressed as pieces of meat, cuts of meaat,pounds of meat, etc. For example, in a restau…rant you might ask for some meat,but not 'a' meat, which means one meat. The plural form for an uncountable noun for a substance is used for'types of' or 'kinds of'; for example: The meats on sale are thepork chops and roasting chickens. ------------------------------------------------------------------ For more information about countable and uncountable nouns, see Related questions below.
The noun 'education' is an uncountable noun, type ofaggregate noun, a word representing an indefinite number ofelements or parts. Units of education are expressed usingadjec…tives such as some education, early education, a goodeducation, etc. Example: Education has been hit once again in the government'sspending cuts.
The noun 'laughter' is an uncountable noun . Unitsof laughter are expressed in amounts such as some laughter, a lotof laughter, much laughter, etc.
Shark is a countable noun.
The word grapes is a count noun; the word grapes is the plural form for the singular noun grape.
In Plural Nouns
The noun 'fish' is a countable noun as a word for live orindividual fishes. The noun 'fish' is an uncountable noun as a word for a foodsubstance.
Mud is an uncountable noun, it doesn't have a plural form, we don't say mud s .
The noun playground is a countable noun. Singular: playground Plural: playgrounds
In Plural Nouns
The noun 'coffee' is an uncountable noun as a word for acrop, the ground form, or the beverage. The plural noun 'coffees' is a word for 'types of' or 'kinds of'coffee crops,… ground forms, or beverages. Examples: Please pick up some coffee on your way. Which do you like? There are so many coffees to choose from. Note: When you hear the form 'coffees' used as a word for cups orcontainers of coffee (for example, "A tray with two coffees"), itis actually a short way of saying "two cups of coffee" or "twocontainers of coffee".