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Phrase: I want to have some fun this weekend.



 
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Phrase: I want to have some fun this weekend. #1 (permalink) Thu May 27, 2010 17:43 pm   Phrase: I want to have some fun this weekend.
 

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ESL/EFL Test #246 "Non-Count and Count Nouns (5)", question 2

I want to have some ......... this weekend. Let's go to the city! This is a non-count noun.

(a) bars
(b) fun
(c) dollars
(d) rooms

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #246 "Non-Count and Count Nouns (5)", answer 2

I want to have some fun this weekend. Let's go to the city! This is a non-count noun.

Correct answer: (b) fun
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Phrase: I want to have some fun this weekend. #2 (permalink) Thu May 27, 2010 22:19 pm   Phrase: I want to have some fun this weekend.
 

Fun is a non-count noun. You can't count fun.
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