Below you'll find our count and non-count worksheets. These worksheets deal with nouns which you can count (and need to add s to the end in plural form) or cannot count (and therefore never need to add s in plural form). For example, the words chair and pen are count; to make them plural you need to add s. On the other hand, words like traffic and furniture are non-count; the word remains unchanged in plural form.
Count and Non-Count WorksheetsIn these Count and Non-Count Worksheets, students learn to identify count and non-count nouns. They also allow students to memorize the most commonly used examples.
Ever wonder about why some words don't use s to make them plural? Use this worksheet to practice proper usage.
Answers to the Count and Non-Count Worksheet.
50 practice items that focus on words that end in S, ES, IES, and Non-Count (Ø).
Answers to the Words That End in S Worksheet.
Great practice of when to use too and very. Teaches students to recognize the important difference.
Answers to the Too and Very Worksheet.
Great practice using sentences in which students need to modify a word phrase using a few/(very few)/a little/(very) little.
Answers to the Few and Little Worksheet.
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