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Count Nouns - Proper Nouns
|1. Nouns are names of people, places and things|
2. Count nouns are easy to count. They have a singular
and plural form.
Use a before singular count nouns that begin with a
Be careful: Use an before an h that is silent.
3. Use an before singular count nouns that begin with a
Be careful: Use a before a u that sound like yew.
4. To form the plural of most count nouns, add -s or -es.
Do not put a or an before plural nouns.
Some nouns have irregular plural endings.
Some nouns are always plural.
Not: They are
|5. Do not put a or an before proper nouns.|
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