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COUNTABLE /UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS
in Spanish, nouns can be divided into accounting (countable) and
Countless (uncountable) depending mainly on WhetherYou Can Count on
units or not.
However, to know if a word is sometimes not countable or uncountable
can rely on common sense as a word in onelanguage may be
accounting but not yet en Spanish. An example is the word information
that in some languages can be an accountant while Spanish isuncountable. Therefore to know if a word is countable or not must be
consult a dictionary.
This distinction between countable and uncountable is agrammatical consequence:

NOUNS
• in the singular can use a / an:
E.g.: a book, an onion
• in the singular is not used a / an.
E.g.: Sugaris not very expensive
you can use some in affirmative:
E.g.: I need some sugar.
• Can be used in the plural.
It can be used in the question "howmany?”
E.g.: how many stamps?
• Can not be used in the plural.
It can be used in the question "how
much?”
E.g.: How much meat?
• In theplural is used in some
affirmative.
E.g.: There are some books on the
shelf

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