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15 Soal (Essay) Countable Noun Beserta Jawaban

Kumpulan Soal (Esai/Uraian) Materi Countable Noun

1. Is furniture a countable noun?

2. How do you teach countable and uncountable nouns?

3. Is body a countable noun?

4. Is silver a countable noun?

5. Is banana a countable noun?

6. Is chocolate a countable noun?

7. Is pasta a countable noun?

8. Is grapes a countable noun?

9. Is anger a countable noun?

10. Is glass a countable noun?

11. Is tomato countable or uncountable noun?

12. Is butter a countable noun?

13. Is eggs countable or uncountable noun?

14. Is fruit countable or uncountable noun?

15. Is student a countable noun?


1. Furniture, for example, is a noncount noun. Furniture is a collection of similar countable items like chairs, sofas, tables, shelves, beds and so on. Luggage is also a noncount noun

2. Don't focus on the practical reasons of why a noun can't be countable, because some English uncountable nouns are countable in other languages! When giving early examples of uncountable nouns, try not to use nouns that are sometimes countable (e.g. pizza), foods in general can often be both countable and uncountable.

3. Noun (countable) A body is the main part of a person, animal, physical object, or organisation. ... (countable) A body is a dead person or animal. The police found her body after she had been missing for three days.

4. Material nouns are usually uncountable. ... Examples are: gold, silver, iron, glass etc. But sometimes a material noun can be used as a countable noun to refer to something made of the material.

5. Countable nouns are things we can count. A countable noun can be singular (banana) or plural (bananas).

6. In a box of chocolates, the chocolates are countable and you can take one. When you have a bar of chocolate the chocolate is uncountable and you can take some.

7. Pasta is uncountable. SO we would say 'this pasta is delicious' for example. But noodles are countable

8. Noun. (countable) A small, round, smooth-skinned edible fruit, usually purple, red, or green, that grows in bunches on vines of genus Vitis. (countable) A woody vine that bears clusters of grapes; a grapevine; of genus Vitis. (countable, uncountable) A dark purplish-red colour, the colour of many grapes.

9. The noun anger can be countable or uncountable. In more general, commonly used, contexts, the plural form will also be anger.

10. glass. [countable] (often in compounds) a container, usually made of glass, used for drinking out of a water glass a wine glass Do you have a plastic glass for the little girl? [countable] the contents of a glass a glass of juice/wine/water, etc.

11. (countable) A tomato is also the plant bearing tomatoes. Tomatoes were imported from Central America to Europe in the sixteenth century. (uncountable) The matter which tomatoes are made of. Ketchup sauce contains some amount of tomato.

12. Certain things, such as butter or water, cannot be counted as they are typically an undifferentiated mass. Other examples include “sand,” “milk,” and “coffee.” Many abstract concepts are uncountable nouns, too, including “music,” “love,” “happiness” and “sadness.” Uncountable nouns are also known as “mass nouns.

13. If a noun is countable we can count it. Countable nouns can be singular or plural. We can say two cars, three boys, six eggs, etc. because we can count them – they're countable

14. The word "fruit" is generally an uncountable noun. Some people use it occasionally as a countable noun, but most of the time I think that sounds awkward and harsh on the ear. The only time I would use it in the plural would be in the expression "the fruits of one's labour".

15. Countable nouns are the words for things that we can count. Countable nouns have singular and plural forms. Examples are: boy, boys, girl, girls, flower, flowers, book, books, chair, chairs, student, students etc. ... Uncountable nouns are the words for things that cannot be counted.