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Is equipment countable or uncountable?
The noun 'hair' is an uncountable noun as a word for a substance that grows from human or animal skin. The noun 'hair' is a count noun as a word for the strands or s…hafts 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 an unc…ountable noun: a cup of tea or Lipton Teacourage 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 Juiceone boy, two boys or Boy's Life magazineone 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 of aggregate noun, a noun representing an indefinite number of elements. Under ordinary circumstances, it is… thought of as uncountable. But it can be used in a 'countable' sense if you are talking about various disparate world literatures. So it would help to know if the person asking you this is making any assumptions about literature being confined to a single language. If we are talking about a single language, then the word is almost always uncountable.
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 restaurant 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 the pork chops and roasting chickens. ------------------------------------------------------------------ For more information about countable and uncountable nouns, see Related questions below.
The noun 'education' is an uncountable noun, type of aggregate noun, a word representing an indefinite number of elements or parts. Units of education are expressed using … adjectives such as some education, early education, a good education, etc. Example: Education has been hit once again in the government's spending cuts.
The noun 'laughter' is an uncountable noun. Units of laughter are expressed in amounts such as some laughter, a lot of 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.
The noun 'fish' is a countable noun as a word for live or individual fishes. The noun 'fish' is an uncountable noun as a word for a food substance.
Mud is an uncountable noun, it doesn't have a plural form, we don't say muds.
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 a crop, the ground form, or the beverage. The plural noun 'coffees' is a word for 'types of' or 'kinds of' cof…fee 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 or containers of coffee (for example, "A tray with two coffees"), it is actually a short way of saying "two cups of coffee" or "two containers of coffee".