Countable and uncountable nouns exercises
English grammar guide (all about English grammar)
Countable and uncountable nouns (grammar rules with examples)
English nouns (more about English nouns)
- Exercise 1. Complete the sentences with a/an if necessary.
- Exercise 2. Nouns with little/a little, few/ a few, much/many.
- Some nouns can be both countable and uncountable, but they change their meaning. Choose the correct word or phrase and complete the sentences.
- Choose the correct quantifier (bit, piece, item, sheet, loaf...) to make uncountable nouns countable.
Online exercises with answers:
Practise the differences between countable and uncountable nouns in different types of exercises for elementary - intermediate learners of English.
Countable or uncountable?
- Are the nouns countable or uncountable? Choose the correct answer.
- Are the nouns countable, uncountable or both? Choose the correct answer.
Make sentences with countable and uncountable nouns
- Choose the correct words to complete sentences.
Different types of exercises
- A short explanation of the difference between countable and uncountable nouns followed by three exercises:
1. Match the words and the pictures.
2. Complete the sentences with the correct word from the box.
3. Choose the correct sentence.
- Chooose the correct answers to practise sentences with countable nad uncountable nouns:
1. Are the sentences correct or incorrect?
2. Complete the sentences with an indefinite article (a, an) or nothing (-).
3. Choose the correct nouns to complete sentences.
- Practise the difference between countable and countable nouns:
1. Countable or uncountable?
2. Choose a, an, some or any.
3. How much or how many?
- Learn with slides. See pictures with countable and uncountable nouns and learn how to use them correctly in English sentences.