countable / uncountable   Noun  2

Ҩرѵ  ح͹   Ԫѧ  Ѹ֡һշ  3

A     a / an some

 

a / an + singular countable noun ( Ѻ͡ car / apple / shoe ) :

·        I need a new car.

·        Would you like an apple ?

some +  plular countable nouns ( Ѻپ cars / apples / shoes ) :

·        I need some new shoes.

·        Would you like some apples ?

some + uncountable nouns ( Ѻ water / money / music ) :

·        I need some money.

·        Would you like some cheese ?

·        ( Would you like a piece of cheese ? )

ºº a some

·        Linda bought a hat, some shoes and some perfume.

·        I read a new paper, worte some letters and listened to some music.

 

B     ӹ¤Ӻҧ駡Ѻҧ駡Ѻ ҧ

 

a cake                     some cake                      some cake    a piece of cake

a chicken               some chickens               some chicken   a piece of chicken

      

        ºº a paper  ( ˹ѧ; )   some paper

·             I want something to read. Im going to buy a paper.

                  I want to make a list. I need some paper / a piece of  paper. ( a paper )

C     ѧӹ仹»Ԩ繹Ѻ

        Information        advice        weather        news        bread        hair        furniture        work

·        I need some information about hotels in London. ( informations   )

·        Its nice weather today. ( a nice weather )

·        Listen ! Ive just had some good news. ( a good news )

·        Im going to buy some bread. ( a bread )

·        Sue has got very long hair.  ( hairs )

·        Theyve got some very nice furniture in their house. ( furnitures )