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Definition of Countable Noun -- Things we can count. It has a plural form when there are more than one, for example dogs, pens and bottle.
Example of Countable Noun
- A pen is under a table.
- I have two pens in my pocket.
Must know about Countable Nouns
Most countable nouns have different forms for singular and plural such as a boy /boys.
However, there are some have the same form such as sheep or pants.
- Some plural countable nouns use s (boys), some use es (washes), some change y to i before putting es (candies or tries) and some do not change from singular (put.)
- Use many, including how many, to describe countable nouns (many dogs.)
- Use few/ a few + countable noun meaning not many.
- Use fewer/ fewest + countable noun meaning.
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