Countable - uncountable nouns: worksheets pdf, handouts to print, printable exercises, resources. You use the plural form when you are talking in general. Grammar 1 Complete the statements with either Countable or Uncountable. (One banana, two bananas, three bananas, four bananas etc.) an apple / applesUse: Apples are good for you. : There is some milk in the fridge. Countable and Uncountable Nouns A Pre-Intermediate Grammar Worksheet from Anna GrammarĊ½ Look at the following sentences: I bought two bananas and three oranges. : Would you like some tea? Bananas and oranges are foods that can be counted. (2) _____ nouns have only one form. Index of contents Countable / uncountable Intermediate level Home (milk = uncountable noun) I did some exercises. (tea = uncountable noun) You can use a/an and numbers with them. Main content: Countable and uncountable nouns Other contents: food, much/many, some/any Add to my workbooks (106) Download file pdf Embed in my website or blog Add to Google Classroom Add to Microsoft Teams Share through Whatsapp Some: Some is used with the plural form of countable nouns, and with uncountable nouns. (exercises = plural countable noun)We use some in offers. : a pen, some pens (countable noun, plural) some water (uncountable noun) Some is used in positive sentences. I also bought rice and flour. (1) _____ nouns have a singular and a plural form.