# English

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Is traffic a count or non count word? I think its non count. And is highway a count or non count word?

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traffic is a non count word

highway is a count word.

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Is city non count? I think it is
Electricity non count?
Black out non count?

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City is a count word. I have visited many cities.

Electricity is a non count word, but black out is a count word.

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Can you explain how blackout is a count word

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Alicia had a couple of blackouts before she was diagnosed with a seizure disorder.

England had nightly blackouts during WWII.

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