Countable nouns pt.2

We learned from the last blog that we don’t use A or AN with uncountable nouns. But don’t forget that we can’t use a countable noun by itself the same way we can for an uncountable noun. For example: “My friend takes the bus everywhere, he hasn’t got car.” INCORRECT“I need some more water.” CORRECT Water is not countable so we don’t need to use …

Countable and Uncountable nouns

In an earlier blog I talked about how to use A, AN and THE. We learned that A and AN mean 1.A banana = 1 banana      An apple = 1 appleWe use A and AN with nouns we can count (bananas, books etc.), but we don’t use them with nouns we can’t count. (water, music etc.) Today I …

Study Tip

Here is study tip that I hope will be helpful for you when studying English with this blog.  It is good to use any new words or phrases as soon as possible after you learn them. If you don’t have many chances to speak English you can write some practices sentences with any new words.  It is also good to …