Grammar Lesson : Countable & Uncountable Nouns

This series of three videos is about Countable Nouns and Uncountable Nouns.

Explaining what countable uncountable nouns are, how to use them correctly, the correct grammar for both types of nouns. Also a review of nouns in general, singular nouns and plural nouns, With examples of countable and uncountable nouns, using ‘there are there is’ & ‘how much or how many’ & ‘a few a little’

Online lesson may also be useful for students as well as teachers using flipped learning and blended learning in the ESL / EFL classroom, and homeschooling parents, tutors and learners.

 

 

The third and final video in the set of three videos is about difficult countable & uncountable nouns. This video looks at some trick nouns which can be either countable of uncountable depending on the circumstances and intention of the speaker – for example coffee v coffees cake v cakes pizza v pizzas pie v pies pineapple v pineapples The video also looks at nouns which are uncountable, but which many student presume are countable such as ‘time’ and ‘money’

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