Nouns Both Countable and Uncountable 4
Click the most suitable word or phrase in each sentence.
Cathy is such
that I'm afraid to tell her anything.
You shouldn't go around spreading
Do you remember when the only place you could buy
was your local newsagent shop?
and a pen to write a letter.
was still burning in the kitchen.
The windows let fresh air and
into the living room.
How long has she been looking for
She recognized the painting as
an early work
by Claude Monet.
I'd like to propose
to our new manager.
I usually have
and butter for breakfast.
She doesn't have the skills necessary to run
Brian has decided to go into
with his sister.
(COUNTABLE) a person who listens to and passes on gossip
(UNCOUNTABLE) stories about other people's private lives
(COUNTABLE) a newspaper
(UNCOUNATABLE) the thin material that you write and draw on
(COUNTABLE) a source of light (such as an electric lamp)
(UNCOUNATABLE) the energy, especially from the sun, lamp etc.
(COUNTABLE) a painting, book, play, piece of music etc.
(UNCOUNATABLE) the job that a person does in order to earn money
(COUNTABLE) a call on other people to drink in honour of sb or sth
(UNCOUNATABLE) bread that has been toasted
(COUNTABLE) a shop; a firm; a company
(UNCOUNATABLE) the activity of making, buying, or selling goods