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7. How to use Dutch article ‘EEN’ with Uncountable nouns?
The Dutch language has countable nouns and uncountable nouns. Countable nouns are objects that can be counted. The uncountable nouns are often abstract or indicate a mass or quantity instead of units. The uncountable nouns can’t be counted or need another element to be able to count them. An uncountable noun (or is used as uncountable) is not given an indefinite Dutch article ‘EEN’ and has no plural form but not always …. Please watch my video. Post your comment on YouTube >