You must log in or register to reply here. Thread starter uktous Start date Nov 19, As you’ll see from this thread, there’s no agreement among English speakers. They do represent the “result” when your performance is tested. However, this is totally off topic. Sign up using Email and Password.
Countable and Uncountable Nouns in English
The singular form might coursedork an a or an. How many coursework essays have you read today? Countable nouns also known as count nouns are those nouns that bare reference to something that can be counted. Most of the nouns we use in daily language are considered countable and have both plural and singular forms. We’ll occasionally send you account related and promo emails.
I was being vague as well! And yes, results are countable; you are doing that correctly. Thread starter uktous Start date Nov 19, As for the latter, the term is a coursework essayfor example: Brandin A lot of words are not strictly mass nouns.
If you are having trouble determining if something is a countable or uncountable noun, ask yourself if it can be counted, or how much or how many there are.
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As for the latter, the term is a coursework essayfor example:. In order to express quantity of an uncountable noun, you need to use a word or expression like a lot of, some, much, a bit of, a great deal or. Ass-kicking is not a mass noun. Courseworks seem to be incorrect.
There are nouns that are considered countable in languages other than English. Apologies for my misunderstanding. You can’t count them or pluralize them.
I attained excellent results for some assignments. Examples of these include, rain, earth, flour, wood, wine.
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We touched briefly on a few examples above. For example, powders, liquids, gases, etc. Slightly more colloqiual, certainly not proffesional Over here in England, results is just as common as grades.
Courseworj types of nouns have both singular and plural forms. Uncountable because it is referring to the drink in general. There is no light in darkness. Think waterloveor ass-kicking.