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IELTS Grammar: uncountable nouns

Students often make mistakes with uncountable nouns. These are nouns that you can't count. Most importantly, they don't have a plural form.

For example, you can't say "an information, two informations, many informations". You can say "some information, more information, a lot of information, a piece of information".

Below are some common uncountable nouns. Do you know any others?

  • give advice, some advice, a piece of advice (an adviceadvices)
  • do research, carry out research (a researchresearches)
  • gain knowledge, share knowledge, increase knowledge (knowledges)

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