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countable vs uncountable nouns

Check out Academic Task 1 Day 27 (articles) for a full overview of Countable and Uncountable Nouns. Here are the most common mistakes/misunderstandings I see in IELTS Writing/Speaking: 1. Using ‘a/an’ before uncountable nouns e.g. an accommodation, a...

work vs job

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trouble vs problem

[This is adapted from a useful archived British Council page so I’m saving it here before it disappears!] Problem is a countable noun and describes something that causes trouble or difficulty. You can have a problem  or have problems and have trouble but...

accommodation

Accommodation: Countable or uncountable?Check out the rules and examples here from the Longman Online Dictionary: 1 [uncountable] especially British English (also accommodations American English) e.g. Can you arrange some accommodation for me?✗ Don’t say: Can you...

Most people

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