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Count and noncount nouns​ (choose all that apply)

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​can both be preceded by numbers or the articles a or an.

​refer to things that can or cannot be counted, such as apples or milk.

​include two-way nouns, depending on their context.

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    There are also two different kinds of nouns: count and noncount. Count nouns refer to people, places, and things that can be counted. For example, twenty students, eight rooms, one box, and four socks are all count nouns. Noncount nouns, on the other hand, refer to items, qualities, or concepts that cannot be counted.

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