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2. Count(able) and Non-Count(able) Nouns

Nouns which can be added by counting are Countable Nouns. Apart from being common and concrete nouns these nouns are also required to be discrete. Examples are: two chairs/ spoons/ shirts/ cups/ stations/ nations/ families/ groups/ communities/ litres/ batches/ sets/ societies/ generations/ tournaments/ clubs/ climates/ rainfalls/ floors

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