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  • thistles.

  • Everyday grammar.

  • I'm John Russell.

  • Sometimes the traffic in Washington D.

  • C.

  • Is terrible.

  • Just the other day, I was stuck in a traffic jam for two hours.

  • When I took a break from yelling at other drivers, I started to think about the word traffic.

  • Traffic in English is a non count noun.

  • In other words, English speakers don't make traffic plural by adding an S, and you won't hear English speakers use a an or the before traffic, so you will not hear English speakers say I was stuck in traffics or I was stuck in the traffic.

  • Even though traffic refers to a lot of individual cars that you can count English speakers consider traffic to be a non count noun.

  • In this respect, Common now owns related toe language Study are also considered to be non count, like traffic, grammar and vocabulary are non countdown's.

  • So how do English speakers turn these non count announce into countdown's or now owns that can be plural.

  • They add another now.


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Everyday Grammar: Noncount Nouns

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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