Countable nouns are those which represent things that can be counted.
Here is a list of some common countable nouns:
These nouns when used in the singular take the indefinite article: a/an
- Correct the errors in the following sentences.
- There was terrible accident in Bukingham yesterday.
- Cat is sleeping under the table.
- Dhaka is big city.
- There is bird singing on the tree.
- It is nice day.
- Egg is nutritious food.
- There was storm last night and boat capsized.
- They have son and daughter.
- He is reading book.
- She is writing letter.
- Car suddenly came round the corner and hit the tree.
- Every house has kitchen.
- Complete the sentences with one of the following words. You can make the
nouns singular or plural.
- There is [dash] close to our school.
- They have [dash] in front of their house,
- Don’t play with [dash]
- [dash] is a faithful animal.
- He gave her [dash]
- I had [dash] last night.
- Students carry their books in [dash]
- We need the services of [dash]
- There is [dash] in our part of the town.
- [dash] is a noble animal.
- You have made [dash] in your essay.
- Do you have any [dash] here.
- [dash] are faithful animals.
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