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This is the handout we went through last Monday. It was taken from a First Certificate textbook and the key to the exercises is provided, as usual.

Comments on: "FCE Countable & uncountable nouns. The article" (1)

  1. […] In today’s lesson we reviewed countable and
    uncountable nouns using page 63 of the coursebook. We also looked
    at ways of expressing big and small amounts. There are lots of /
    too many / plenty of exercises here, here, here and here, while you
    can download a handout on nouns which can be either countable or
    uncountable here. […]

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