In English, nouns can be countable or non-countable. When we talk about something in general, we either use plural, countable nouns or non-countable nouns. For today’s English lesson, let’s check out how that works
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Here are the example sentences:
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- Jack said dogs are good pets.
- Bananas are yellow.
- Fruit is very good for you.
- I like dogs.
- I prefer apples to bananas.
- I enjoy drinking red wine.
Yesterday’s listening challenge answer:
- Michael’s first English lesson at Happy English was at 9 o’clock on a Saturday morning, on a very snowy day in the early winter.
Today’s listening challenge:
- Where did Jenny go and what did she see there?
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