Marvelous English Preparation Guide

Marvelous English Preparation Guide

Marvelous English Preparation Guide

Some of the nouns are both count nouns and non-count nouns. Count nouns have both singular and plural forms. Plural nouns succeed cardinal numbers i.e. one, two, three or so, but non-count nouns don’t.

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Some of the nouns are both count nouns and non-count nouns. Count nouns have both singular and plural forms. Plural nouns succeed cardinal numbers i.e. one, two, three or so, but non-count nouns don’t.

Non count nouns Note: 1. Non count nouns have no plurals, i.e. they have only one form. 2. Singular verbs will be used with them, i.e. Water is essential. 3. The word “the” does not precede them, i.e. “The oxygen” is wrong. Use of articles a, an and the Both ‘a’ and ‘an’ mean “one’, and they are used before a singular noun.Instead of saying ‘one car’, mostly ‘a car’ is preferred. ‘An’ is used before a noun or its adjective whose pronunciation starts with a vowel sound.

With all other sounds, ‘a’ will be used before a singular noun or its adjective/adjectives. Q – Which are vowel sounds? A – Vowel sounds include all tones that a child can produce before he/she starts uttering any consonant or a word such as mama, papa etc. Article ‘the’ is almost equivalent to ‘that”. Some examples are given below and its further use has been explained in Problems with

Instead of saying ‘one car’, mostly ‘a car’ is preferred. ‘An’ is used before a noun or its adjective whose pronunciation starts with a vowel sound. With all other sounds, ‘a’ will be used before a singular noun or its adjective/adjectives. Q – Which are vowel sounds? A – Vowel sounds include all tones that a child can produce before he/she starts uttering any consonant or a word such as mama, papa etc. Article ‘the’ is almost equivalent to ‘that”. Some examples are given below and its further use has been explained in Problems with adjective section.

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