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  • 1. Unit 6 Grammar Presentation Count and Non-Count Nouns Page 93
  • 2. Two Kinds of Nouns Proper Nouns Common Nouns Mel Brand is a physician. The doctor is an expert.
  • 3. Examples people’s (or pets’) names Barack Obama, Miranda Olson, Obie places on the map California, Oakland, China, South America special buildings White House, Tower Building Web sites Moodle, Facebook Names of natural features in the environment Mississippi River, Mount Everest
  • 4. Count and Non-Count Nouns Count Nouns Non-Count Nouns Article or Number Noun Verb Refreshing. Noun Verb A One snack is Rice is nourishing. The Two snacks are Nutrition Important.
  • 5. Nouns with Count and Non-Count Meanings Count Meaning Non-Count Meaning There’s a hair in my soup! Sandra has black hair. A chicken escaped from the henhouse. We had chicken for dinner. How many times did you eat out last month? It takes time to prepare a good meal. Please bring us two coffees. I’d like some coffee. Brie is a soft cheese. Cheese is produced in France. I see a light in the window. The sun provides light.
  • 6. Non-Count Nouns Made Countable Non-Count Noun Made Countable You need advice. Let me give you a piece of advice. Let’s play tennis. Let’s play a game of tennis. There’s not enough salt in the soup. Add one spoonful of salt. I like bread with my meal. Please get a loaf of bread at the store. It’s unhealthy to eat meat every night. The recipe takes three pounds of meat. Please put more paper in the printer. Two packages of paper are all we have.