Countable and Uncountable Nouns

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I’m officially back from maternity leave! Yes, I had a baby. My baby is two months old now and we are both doing well. Alhamdulillah.

I’m doing work while the baby is sleeping right now, so this will be a short one.

If you’re new to the My English Matters community, welcome!

But if you’re one of our old-timers (we love you! Thank you for sticking with us!), you may have noticed that I took a break from sending our weekly emails. Madam Azimah and Aisya filled in while I took a back seat.

Of course, being one of the directors of the company, I still had to do some work that was required behind the scenes. Things like administrative stuff (taxes, payroll, replying to some emails, etc.) which are not very exciting.

So I’m glad to be back! I’m excited to be doing new podcast episodes, live videos, and more.

Now you may be wondering, “But Amnah, I thought I saw you in a podcast episode recently?”

Well we’ve been publishing episodes on our podcast and YouTube channel with videos that were locked up in our vast library of content. We’ve been teaching online at My English Matters for almost seven years and so we have a lot of videos that have never been released to the public until now.

Two of our recent episodes were about countable and uncountable nouns. I taught this subject back in 2020.

Countable nouns can be counted (e.g. a ball, two balls, three balls, etc.) and uncountable nouns cannot be counted (e.g. air, milk, bread, etc.).

A lot of English learners get confused with countable and uncountable nouns so I hope you’ll find these episodes useful.

Learn all about countable and uncountable nouns in these two episodes.

You can also listen to these episodes on SpotifyApple Podcasts or Google Podcasts.

The baby has just woken up so I guess I need to sign off for now. 

I look forward to connecting with you again soon! Till our next post!

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