Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Countable"

The meaning of "Countable" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does countable and uncountable nouns ; a i an , some, any mean?
A: count and noncount nouns refer to things that can be counted.

Apples is a count noun. You can have one, two, or three apples!
Air is noncount. You can't have one, two, or three airs. You can have a lot of air, or a little air, but you can't actually count how much air you have normally.

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Q: What does you're countable mean?
A: when someone is countable he's dependable and you can rely on him. It means he's always there for you and helps you in every situation.
Q: What does countable nouns mean?
A: nombres contables

Example sentences using "Countable"

Q: Please show me example sentences with When do you use a countable and uncountable form of scent?.
A: Please phrase your question better, because I don't understand why you are saying scent can have a countable or uncountable form.
Q: Please show me example sentences with is “glasses” countable or uncountable? can I say 3 glasses? or only 3 pairs of glasses?.
A: Three glasses are for three people to drink from. Three eyeglasses would make up one and a half pairs of eyeglasses. So, "an eyeglass" is a component of eyeglasses. That's why you normally use "pair" when counting eyeglasses.
Q: Please show me example sentences with countable and uncountable.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with countable ang uncountable.
A: There were five bottles on the table.
Q: Please show me example sentences with countable (ex resrtvation can countable.
A: Do you mean example sentences with the word "countable" or with countable nouns?

Synonyms of "Countable" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between countable and responsible ?
A: i think you mean accountable vs responsible. These words are synonymous.
Q: What is the difference between countable and uncountable ?
A: A countable noun is a noun used for an object which you can count, for examples apples, cars, rockets, coins etc. You can say "I have six apples"
An uncountable noun is a noun used for an object which you cannot count, for example sugar, salt, water etc. You cannot say "I have six water".
Q: What is the difference between countable and uncountable nouns ?
A: "Countable nouns" are things that you can count, like books. If I ask you how many books are on the table, you could tell me "only one book", or you could say two, or seven.

"Uncountable nouns" are things that you cannot count. For example, I could ask you how much flour you have, not "how many" flour you have. You can have one bag of flour, or two bags of flour, or two cups of flour, or two bowls of flour; but you can't have "two flours" because "flour" is uncountable (and there is no plural of an uncountable noun).
Q: What is the difference between countable and numerable ?
A: "Countable" and "Numerable" are synonyms, meaning they have the same meaning. They mean that 'something can be counted.'

Translations of "Countable"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? why “life” is countable noun??
A: It depends on the way you use the term life to make it countable or uncountable.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? countable or uncountable:
a packet of butter
a jar of jam
a bottle of oil
3 cans of soup
A: packet, jar, bottle, can -- these are countable so all four phrases are countable.
butter, jam, oil, soup -- these are uncountable

a packet (of ...), a jar (of ...)
some butter, some jam, etc.
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? countable
A: Hope it helps 😊

Other questions about "Countable"

Q: How can I differentiate countable noun and uncountable noun?
As a native speaker, if you've just heard a new meme word, do you recogize that it is countable or uncountable?
A: You don't automatically know just from hearing it unless it's used with a number or a/an, in which case it's countable. A lot of the time, you just have to guess from context and the way it's used, and some new words can be used both as a countable and uncountable noun because people disagree.

If I heard the sentence "I bought a new sindel" (not a real word) then I know it's countable, but if I heard the sentence "Have you received my helt yet?" (also not a real word), I can't tell whether it's countable or not because both countable and uncountable nouns fit in this sentence.
Q: Why is “instinct” countable and “intuition” uncountable? (Why instinct is plural and intuition is not in the following sentence?)

They have excellent instincts and intuition, but most of the time they do not trust them enough.
A: In this case, the use of intuition is their ability to understand something, while intuitions plural is what they have intuited.
Instinct is plural as it is talking about many different fixed responses to stimuli, and not the concept of instinct itself.

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Q: How can I distinguish countable and uncountable nouns when I see them for the first time? does this sound natural?
A: I would say “distinguish between countable and uncountable nouns”
Q: Can we use less in countable noun?
For example, he involves in less strenuous sports.
It seems that no one would say fewer sports?
A: Because "less strenuous" in this sentence talks about the difficulty of the sport in the body not the number of sports.

Q: Can I use "less" with countable nouns?
A: No , it is fewer books. There is less snow this year. There are fewer students at college. Can you make less noise please?
Fewer men are applying for these jobs.

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