Uncountable Nouns #1

Uncountable Nouns #1

Let’s look at some uncountable, or sometimes called, uncount nouns. Uncountable or uncount nouns are things, substances or ideas that cannot be counted. For example, water. Water is something that we cannot count. Here are five more uncountable nouns.

Word

1

anger [ ang-ger ]

uncountable noun

Anger is the strong emotion that you feel when you think that someone has behaved in an unfair, cruel, or unacceptable way.

The man had a lot of anger towards his girlfriend.

Word

2

news [ nooz, nyooz ] 新闻

uncountable noun

News is information about a recently changed situation or a recent event.

We watched the news to hear more about the earthquake.

Word

3

fun [ fuhn ] 趣事;乐趣

uncountable noun

You talk about an activity or situation as fun if you think it is pleasant and enjoyable and it causes you to feel happy.

My family had fun at the zoo.

Word

4

information [ in-fer-mey-shuhn ] 消息;资料;情报

uncountable noun

Information about someone or something tells facts about them.

There is plenty of information about anything on the Internet.

Word

5

garbage [ gahr-bij ] 垃圾

uncountable noun

Garbage is waste material, especially waste from a kitchen.

This garbage smells bad, could you please take it out?

try this
Try to use these uncountable nouns in a short story or sentences. Remember, with uncountable nouns, do not add an ‘s’ at the end of the word. And, to express quantity, you can use words like much, a lot of, or plenty. For example, “I drink a lot of water every day.”, or “I drink ten glasses of water every day.”

Use today's 5 words in your own sentences here!

2 thoughts on “Uncountable Nouns #1

  1. I know how to say about rice in the picture. I eat 1 bowl of rice or I eat 2 bowl of rice.

    anger=I don’t like anger peope should be happy.
    fun= I like to read books its fun.
    news=I don’t like the news.
    garbage=Garbage is very smell bad.