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floor covering? #1 (permalink) Sat Jul 24, 2010 23:41 pm   floor covering?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #292 "Household Items (2)", question 3

......... is a decorative, durable and washable sheet that serves as floor covering in many kitchens and bathrooms.

(a) Siding
(b) Shingles
(c) Linoleum
(d) Carpet

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #292 "Household Items (2)", answer 3

Linoleum is a decorative, durable and washable sheet that serves as floor covering in many kitchens and bathrooms.

Correct answer: (c) Linoleum
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floor covering? #2 (permalink) Sun Jul 25, 2010 0:14 am   floor covering?
 

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floor covering? #3 (permalink) Mon Jun 06, 2011 13:35 pm   floor covering?
 

Why there is no an article before: floor covering? (as a floor covering)
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floor covering? #4 (permalink) Mon Jun 06, 2011 19:18 pm   floor covering?
 

Here 'covering' is uncountable.
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