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Countable and Uncountable Noun-English Grammar

Singular and Plural Number for Class 2 is very common learning needed for the students. In this article we will show how to use few, many , little and much for expressing singular and plural numbers.
Countable noun-A noun that can be counted. 
e.g. leaf-singular number,
leaves - plural number.

The important thing is to learn for elder students also is that what will be used to write few things for countable noun.
e.g. There were few men on the road. (don't use little because men are countable noun)

There were many men on the road. (don't use much because men are countable noun)

Uncountable noun-A noun that can not be counted. e.g. water, milk, air, honesty etc.
I have got  little milk .(don't use few because milk is uncountable noun)
I have got  much milk .(don't use many because milk is uncountable noun)
This video is with Hindi lecture

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