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Note the verb forms. Singular nouns take singular verbs, while plural nouns take plural

There is a frying pan. (singular noun)
There aren’t any eggs. (plural noun)
There is some milk. (uncountable noun)
There isn’t any flour. (uncountable noun)

Grammar in Action

So, how should we use expressions with countable and uncountable nouns in everyday

1. We use a/ansome and any with nouns to talk or ask about the quantity of something, for
example, when talking about food:


Countable and Uncountable Nouns With Exercises

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