Recognizing Count and Non-Count Nouns

In each space in the following sentences, indicate whether the noun preceding that space is a count noun (using the letter C) or a non-count noun (using the letters NC). Some of these words could be either count or non-count nouns, but you should determine how each is being used in the context of the sentence in which it appears. When you're finished, click on "submit application" at the bottom of the page and the computer will check your answers.

  1. Jorge sent me information about Chilean wines.
  2. This restaurant serves the best Thai food in the city.
  3. The traffic during rush-hour is really horrible.
  4. Can you give me advice about finding work in Portland?
  5. Most men in my family don't wear jewelry.
  6. Soldiers at the edge of town stole all the equipment.
  7. We need money to buy new furniture for our bedroom.
  8. Let's play some music.
  9. The office has its own stationery.
  10. It takes a lot of patience to learn how to appreciate good wine.
  11. We hold these truths to be self-evident.
  12. It's hard to discover the truth about this particular case.
  13. For such large women , the Klandutzy sisters move across the dance floor with astonishing grace.
  14. It took great courage for Farboddy to admit to embezzling funds from the bank.