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    Countable/uncountable noun

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    Countable/uncountable noun
    Message from alextenerife posted on 29-03-2019 at 18:13:58 (D | E | F)
    Could you help me please?
    Thanks for any reply.

    Climate is countable or an uncountable noun? Or is it both? The example for both would be 'coffee'.
    Uncountable: I like to drink coffee. Countable: three coffees please

    Edited by lucile83 on 29-03-2019 23:02

    Re: Countable/uncountable noun from gerondif, posted on 29-03-2019 at 19:03:15 (D | E)
    Typing "different climates linguee" gives a lot of examples where climate can be countable.

    three coffees originally meant three cups of coffee.

    Re: Countable/uncountable noun from alextenerife, posted on 03-04-2019 at 16:25:37 (D | E)
    Thank you gerondif for the answer and the link to Linguee. I will keep the link in mind for future consults.
    Have a nice day, Alex

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