Countable and Uncountable Nouns Worksheets To Print:
a, an, or some - A simple letter adjustment changes everything here for students. You will work through all the examples you are provided with.
U and C - Guess what the letters are for? The debate between the use of the determiners (a) or (an) will confuse a few students.
Can You Count It? - Use the word bank to help you clear up the answers. There are five to choose from.
- The columns really help this one come out. The picture don't hurt either.
a, an, or some
Pics - Use the pictures to help you with this one. You can also try using them in a sentence for further clarification.
- This is a true gem for this section. Focus on the bold word found within each sentence.
Counting - This sheet was recently published in a rote learning
journal. It was cited as a fundamental exercise all students should use.
Cup it -
Fill in the missing word in the sentence. Write whether the noun is
countable or uncountable.
- Complete the sentences and classify the language use in each example. Images are provided for reference.
- Wouldn't you want to make this one go big?
Put An End To
It - We work hard on getting these going. Finish off all of the sentences by using the references.
C is For
Countable - This is a colorful one, by request. I know, we really like using "hair" in this. That is just because it is tricky.
Some Modifiers - We have you use these terms in sentence form on your own.
The Underlines - Classify the terms that are underlined in each sentence.
Need One - Fill in the blanks with a modifier that makes sense, or
indicate no modifier needed (N/A).
A, An, Some - Which of these terms hits the mark in each instance?
The Food List - List all the foods you can think of in one minute.
Fill Ins - Fill in the blank in each sentence with a noun from the box.
Pictures Only - We show you an image and you classify the image's count or non-count ability.
Fall Season - These terms are all related to autumn season.