Uncountable Nouns

Here is a good game to practice commonly used countable and uncountable nouns in the English language. English nouns come in several varieties. Most nouns are countable, while a few are uncountable. It is knowing the non-count words that is tricky for ESL learners. Knowing when to use uncountable nouns can be crucial in preventing other grammatical errors, such as subject verb agreement and the use of correct articles and determiners. This exercise helps English teachers and learners practice using these nouns.
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Some uncountable nouns used in the game:
  • Uncountable nouns: furniture, accommodation, rice, bread, water, milk, butter etc.
Dragon Bite Game – How to Play This fun game is called ‘Dragon Bite’ and involves a bird trying to grab a dragon’s dinner.  By answering the correct question, you prevent the bird from stealing our lovely dragon’s food. This game takes the form of a multiple-choice quiz. The learner must listen to the instructions and choose the correct answer within a timed period of 15 or 20 seconds. The more correct answer the learner gets, the more stars they earn in the end. Learners should aim for three stars.