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Plural, Singular or Uncountable?

This grammar self-assessment tutorial will get you familiar with the differences between pleura, singular and uncountable in the English language, and will help you determine how to use it in a sentence.

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I have to go and buy some ______ .


I don’t usually drink __________ coffee.


He gave me a lot of useful __________________ .


It’s nine o’clock and here ________ the news.


We didn’t have enough room for our _______________.


How ________________ do we have left for breakfast?


I don’t have ___________ for lunch.


Can you please help me? I need some _________________.


_____________ important to make the right decisions.


All the _____________will kill the fish in the river.


All the ______________ pointed in one direction.


All of the  __________________ to be finished by Friday.


Can I have the scissors back? _________ mine.


These are truly strange ______________.


This is the only________ she ever wrote.


The hospital ward was disinfected for several ________.


What are the most important ___________ to take part here?


_________ is fun to watch.


_____________ truly make for interesting studies!


__________________ is essential in the work of engineers.


Vocational and academic school subjects have very different ____________.


'Movies' _______ the name of the new cinema.


British football teams ___ my favourite hobby.


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