Is the word "forest" a countable noun or uncountable noun?

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Apr 23, 2016



You can say 'I can see three forests' which means it is countable, because you can say or have more than one forest.

An example of an uncountable noun is weather. You cannot say 'I can see three weathers'.

The noun "forest" is a countable noun .


The singular noun is forest.
The plural noun is forests.

We took a walk in the forest . (singular)
Several forests once covered this entire region. (plural)