The Top English Grammar Tips From A–Z
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- It's been a long time since I even noticed uses of troop as a count noun meaning ‘soldier’.
- For fear of this, they want to forestall the conversion of certain proper noun trademarks into common count nouns.
- This is borne out by our ways of describing them, using always count nouns rather than mass nouns.
- We need a term that distinguishes (at least) two types of count nouns, and ‘collective noun’ is a really wonderful name for one of them.
- Singular count nouns like ‘eye’ normally can't occur without a preceding determiner (not ‘I saw eye’, but instead ‘I saw a/one/the/this/its eye ’).
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