Grammar for IELTS Countable nouns exercises

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Grammar for IELTS Countable nouns exercises

Grammar for IELTS Countable nouns exercisesHave you read the information page on countable and uncountable nouns? Click here to read it before you try the countable and uncountable noun exercises.

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Complete the countable and uncountable noun exercises below to test your knowledge of countable and uncountable nouns.

Are the following nouns usually countable or uncountable?

1. Computer

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countable

 

2. Milk

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uncountable

 

3. Telephone

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countable

 

4. Bread

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uncountable

 

5. Rice

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uncountable

 

6. Cup

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countable

 

7. Coffee

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uncountable

 

8. Friend

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countable

 

9. Pasta

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uncountable

 

10. Flower

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countable

 

11. Flour

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uncountable

 

12. Knowledge

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uncountable

 

13. Education

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uncountable

 

14. Money

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uncountable

 

15. Coin

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countable

 

16. Ink

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uncountable

 

17. Photograph

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countable

 

18. Vehicle

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countable

 

Choose the correct words to complete each of the sentences below.

19. Do you have _________________ (many / much) money with you? Could I borrow some please?

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much

 

20. There isn’t ___________________ (some / any) bread left. I’ll get some when I go shopping.

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any

 

21. I have ___________________ (some / any) coins in my purse if you need some change.

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some

 

22. There were ___________________ (too many / too much) vehicles on the motorway today. I was stuck in a traffic jam for hours!

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too many

 

23. ________________________ (a few / a little) of my friends are going to the party on Saturday. I’m so glad I’ll know some people there!

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a few

 

24. There were ______________________ (too many / a lot of) people at the party – it was such a great atmosphere I had a brilliant time!

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a lot of

 

25. I can’t help you I’m sorry. I have  ______________________ (few / little) knowledge of that subject.

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little
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