Uncountable nouns represent something which cannot be counted. Here is a list of some common uncountable nouns.
These nouns normally do not take articles. To make them countable, you can use measure words: a glass of water; a jug of milk, etc.
- Correct the errors in the following sentences:
- Waters are essential to life.
- Could I have some salts?
- We find sands in the desert.
- Fires burn.
- He is fond of musics.
- There has been no rains for the last one In month
- I enjoy funs.
- The English poet Wordsworth was a lover of natures.
- He is in good healths
- He is suffering from cancers.
- He takes pride in his wealths
- A soldier must have a courage.
- We must try and eliminate a poverty in this country.
- Complete the sentences with measure words appropriate to the uncountable nouns.
- Can I have [dash] bread?
- Can I have [dash] toast?
- I have bought [dash] toothpaste.
- This is [dash] sugar.
- I want [dash] washing powder.
- There is [dash] garbage piled on the pavement.
- Please give me [dash] water. .
- I am going out for [dash] fresh air.
- Can I have [dash] soap?
- A table is [dash] furniture. : .
- Here is an interesting [dash] news.
- Give me [dash] paper please.
- This [dash] information is not correct.
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