Do you want to practise using countable and uncountable nouns in English? Play our grammar games and have fun while you learn.

Grammar Rule


I’ve got some books.
There isn’t any cheese.
Can you see any apples?


Use ‘some’ with plural countable nouns and uncountable nouns. Use ‘any’ for negatives or questions with countable and uncountable nouns.
I’ve got some bananas and some honey.
I haven’t got any oranges or any milk.
Have you got any pears or any juice?

Be careful!

We use ‘a’ or ‘an’ with singular countable nouns. We put ‘s’ on plural countable nouns. We don’t use ‘a’ or put ‘s’ on uncountable nouns.
I can see a cat.
There are some dogs.
I haven’t got any chocolate.

We say... We don’t say...

There are some toys on the bed. (NOT There are any toys on the bed.)
She hasn’t got any time. (NOT She hasn’t got some time.)
There isn’t any cheese. (NOT There isn’t any cheeses.)

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Hi!, here to show you that countable nouns are things like eggs or apples, and uncountable nouns are things that you can't count, like bread or water. For the ones who knew this, congratulations, are for the ones that didn't, i'm sure that with the games that are here will help you to understand this theme.


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