LS Refresher 21: Non-Count Nouns (Plural)

What is the plural form of thunder? Is it thunder or thunders? Check out today’s LS Refresher video and find out.

 

 

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According to Chompchomp, when you want to indicate number with a noncount word, you can put of in front of the non-count word—for example, of thunder—and then attach the resulting prepositional phrase to an appropriate count word.

 

Ex: Kristina heard seven claps of thunder.

 

 

To know more about plural forms of non-count nouns,  please click here.

 

To watch the short LS video, please use the link below:

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