Countable Noun

( countable / uncountable 1 )

Ҩرѵ  ح͹

Ԫѧ  Ѹ֡һշ  3

  

        ӹҨѺ͹Ѻ

A     Countable nouns ( Ѻ )

        ҧ ( a ) car ( a ) man ( a ) key ( a ) house ( a ) flower ( a ) idea ( an ) accident

 

     Ҩ one / two / three ( ) + countable nouns ( öѺ ) ѧ

                          one car, two car, three men, four houses

     Countable nouns singular ( ͡  ) plular ( پ )

        singular :   a car     my car      the car

           plular :   cars       two cars    the cars     some cars     many cars  

·        Ive got  a car.

·        There arent many cars in the car park.

·        New cars are very expensive.

     singular ( car / house / key ) ⴴ ͧ a / an ˹

·        We cant get in without a key. ( withount key )

 

B     Uncountable nouns ( Ѻ )

       ҧ   water     air     rice     salt     plastic     money     music     tennis

 

Water          salt          money          music

     one / two / three ( ) + ҹ one water     two musics

     Uncountable nouns ٻ

           money     the money     my money     some money     much money   

·        Ive got some money.

·        There isnt much moey in the box.

·        Money isnt everything.

     a / an + uncountable nouns a money       a music

     a piece of / a glass of + uncountable nouns

          a glass of water                a can of oil                a bar of chocolate

          a piece of cheese              a bottle of milk         a piece of music

          a bowl of rice                   a cup of coffee          a game of tennis