What is an example of a countable, uncountable, countable or uncountable noun and always plural? I'm learning English and don't know any examples of the four groups.

3.countable and uncountable
4.always plural

1 Answer
Apr 23, 2016
  1. Tree
  2. Weather
  3. Coffee
  4. Clothes


1) You can always have several trees.
'How many trees are there in your garden?'

Countable Nouns

2) You can't have several weathers.
'How is the weather in England?'

Uncountable Nouns

3) You can have both uncountable and countable coffee
Uncountable - 'How much coffee do you drink every day?'
Countable - 'I'll buy three coffees please'

Countable and Uncountable Nouns

4) Whenever you say clothes, it is always plural.
'Where are my clothes?'

Always Plural Nouns