OF NOUN - you have put a word in the singular when it should be plural, or
vice versa. Or perhaps the noun is countable and you thought it was
uncountable, or vice versa. Check that you have used the right article, as
what’s the problem? And what do you need to do?
Check if nouns are countable or uncountable, and if you put plural or singular forms.
Here are some links to practise materials:
On this site:
On other sites:
If you find more useful exercises for any type of error, please let us know and we will add the links. Visit www.ngberger.com for other materials that may help you on your pre-sessional course or other studies in academic or business English.
Please send your comments to Norbert G. Berger. This document was updated 03/08/2003.
Error Typology - © English Language Centre, University of Exeter, UK. 2003.
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