Count Nouns and Mass Nouns

Nouns can typically be divided into two categories: COUNT and MASS nouns. 

Nouns that are countable (e.g. “one house,” “two houses") are called “count nouns.” The plural forms of the these nouns are usually made by adding an “s” to the singular forms. Some nouns change their spelling to form a plural form. 

Here are some examples of  Count Nouns:

Mass Nouns are things which can't be counted by themselves because they are always treated as a group, volume, mass or quantity. 

Some common Mass Nouns are:

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