Countable nouns are those kinds of objects or things which we can count. For example pen, dog, person, song, table, bottle, etc.
Countable nouns can be both singular as well as plural, for example:
My dog is playing (Singular)
My dogs are hungry (Plural)
Uncountable noun are substance, concepts, etc. which we cannot divide into separate elements i.e. we cannot count them. For e.g., we cannot count ‘milk’, but we can count ‘bottles of milk’ or ‘litres of milk’.
Noun That are Countable and Uncountable
Nouns that are Countable and Uncountable
Uncountable: money or help given to those who need it
Countable: something that helps you to do something
Uncountable: paintings, sculpture, drawings, etc.
Countable: an activity that needs special training or knowledge
Uncountable: the quality that makes someone or something beautiful
Countable: a beautiful woman, or an excellent thing
Uncountable: a common food that’s made from wheat or other grains
Countable: a particular variety or type of bread
Uncountable: the activity of making, buying or selling things for money
Countable: a particular company or other commercial organisation
Uncountable: a feeling of great happiness
countable: something or someone that makes us happy
Uncountable: a feeling of great sadness that can require medical treatment to cure
Countable: a period of little economic activity when many people lose their jobs
Uncountable: sweet food eaten at the end of a meal
Countable: a particular type or category of dessert
Uncountable: the transportation and delivery of goods to shops and buyers
Countable: the geographic range of a species, a language, a disease, etc.
Uncountable: the giving of work to someone, or the state of having work
Countable: an exchange of labour for payment, usually under contract
Uncountable: the pleasure you get from something
Countable: an activity or experience that gives pleasure
Uncountable: films, concerts, sports, TV shows, etc. that an audience can enjoy
Countable: a particular performance or activity that people enjoy
Uncountable: a strong belief in someone or something
Countable: a particular religion
Uncountable: something that's burned for heat or power, like wood, oil, gas, etc.
Countable: a particular kind of fuel
Uncountable: the material used to make windows, bottles, fishbowls, etc.
Countable: a drinking vessel made of glass
Uncountable: stories about other people's private lives, often untrue or exaggerated
Countable: a person who likes telling and hearing gossip
Uncountable: the rules of a language
Countable: a book that describes the rules of a language
Uncountable: a common plant that's eaten by horses, cows, sheep, etc.
Countable: any particular type of grass
Uncountable: Earth’s surface
Countable: an area of land used for a particular purpose