Countable and Uncountable Nouns

Fill-in-the-Blank Sentences Worksheet

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Do you have a pen I can borrow? There are some elephants in that enclosure over there. This information is just what I needed. There are nine prisoners in detention today. Anna's hair is long and beautiful. Three boats float towards the ocean. I'm so thirsty. Can you get me some water? That student eats very quickly! How many countries have you visited? I have booked some accommodation in Sydney for you. Each traveller was given a bed for the night. I moved the boxes out of the way. Look how much money is in this wallet! It must belong to the ESL teacher. Have you heard the news about Kim Jong-il? I'd like a soda with my lunch please.

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20 December 2011

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This fill in the blank worksheet has 15 sentences with some countable and uncountable nouns. The countable nouns can be either singular or plural. It tests students' ability to choose the correct articles (definite and indefinite) or verb tense.

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