Countable and Uncountable Nouns Quiz | Grammar


You can do this grammar quiz online or print it on paper. It tests what you learned on the Countable and Uncountable Nouns pages.

1. Countable nouns are always things that you can

touch
count
see

a) touch b) count c) see

2. We use “the” with plural countable nouns

always
never
sometimes

a) always b) never c) sometimes

3. The nouns hair, noise and time are

countable
uncountable
both

a) countable b) uncountable c) both

4. “I’ve got _______ money.” Which term does not fit?

some
a little
a

a) some b) a little c) a

5. Another term for “uncountable noun” is

plural noun
mass noun
countless noun

a) plural noun b) mass noun c) countless noun

6. The words tip, book and job are all

countable
uncountable
both

a) countable b) uncountable c) both

7. “There’s too much noise in here.” In this sentence, “noise” is

countable
uncountable
plural

a) countable b) uncountable c) plural

8. Where are you most likely to notice the noun “drink” in its countable form?

in a restaurant
in a supermarket
in an article

a) in a restaurant b) in a supermarket c) in an article

9. When used with uncountable nouns, the words slice, cup and drop are

partial words
measure words
quality words

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a) partial words b) measure words c) quality words

10. A single unit of rice is known as a

gram
grain
drop

a) gram b) grain c) drop

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