6th Grade English
posted by Val on .
I am looking at the subject of no-count nouns. Which says that it does not have a singular or a plural form. The school book gives Paper for an example. But since you can say "papers" which is plural. How can paper be a non-count noun?
Some uses of "paper" consider it a non-count noun. Consider these examples.
Please put more paper in the printer.
I like to use paper and pencil for math problems.
Wrap the gift in the gold paper.
Most families use napkins made of paper.
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