Countable And Uncountable Nouns Exercise For Class 4 With Answers

State whether the underlined noun is countable or uncountable.

1. Man is mortal.

2. Air is everywhere.

3. Is there water on the moon?

4. We haven’t got much money.

5. Milk is nutritious.

6. We have bought a new car.

7. I have learned my lesson.

8. Rice is the staple food of South Indians.

9. Bread and butter was served for breakfast.

10. Have you got any information about them?

11. I don’t want to listen to your advice.

12. The heat is unbearable.

13. Oil is inflammable.

14. I love mango juice.

15. The news is too good to be true.

16. We are having terrible weather.

17. My sister always beats me when we play chess.

18. There is too much furniture in this room.

19. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.

20. Have you got any bread?

21. I am  looking for cheap accommodation.

22. Lightning struck the tree.

23. You need a little bit of luck to succeed in life.

24. We are making good progress.

25. He came to Mumbai to look for work.

26. If my parents give me permission I will go abroad for higher studies.

27. The bag was heavy.

28. Every child needs a loving home.

29. I adopted a puppy last week.

30. This table is made of teakwood.

Answers

1. Man is mortal. (countable noun)

2. Air is everywhere. (uncountable noun)

3. Is there water on the moon? (uncountable noun)

4. We haven’t got much money. (uncountable noun)

5. Milk is nutritious. (uncountable noun)

6. We have bought a new car. (countable noun)

7. I have learned my lesson. (countable noun)

8. Rice is the staple food of South Indians. (uncountable noun)

9. Bread and butter was served for breakfast. (uncountable noun)

10. Have you got any information about them? (uncountable noun)

11. I don’t want to listen to your advice. (uncountable noun)

12. The heat is unbearable. (uncountable noun)

13. Oil is inflammable. (uncountable noun)

14. I love mango juice. (uncountable noun)

15. The news is too good to be true. (uncountable noun)

16. We are having terrible weather. (uncountable noun)

17. My sister always beats me when we play chess. (uncountable noun)

18. There is too much furniture in this room. (uncountable noun)

19. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. (uncountable noun)

20. Have you got any bread? (uncountable noun)

21. I am  looking for cheap accommodation. (uncountable noun)

22. Lightning (uncountable noun) struck the tree. (countable noun)

23. You need a little bit of luck to succeed in life. (uncountable noun)

24. We are making good progress. (uncountable noun)

25. He came to Mumbai to look for work. (uncountable noun)

26. If my parents give me permission I will go abroad for higher studies. (uncountable noun)

27. The bag was heavy. (countable noun)

28. Every child needs a loving home. (countable noun)

29. I adopted a puppy last week. (countable noun)

30. This table is made of teakwood. (countable noun)

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