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TV or a TV?

The indefinite article is used with the word ‘TV’ when referring to it as an electronic device, a machine, a physical object. If you were to sit down and watch a TV, it would mean that you sat down; perhaps for  hours, and watched a machine…which would make many people question your sanity! When you wish to discuss TV programming …

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Food countable or uncountable

Food is usually an uncountable noun. However, food can be countable when referring to type (3.1 Exception #1). In the featured picture, Global Pet Foods uses the word ‘food’ as a countable noun to signify that they sell many types of food, that they have a wide selection of it.

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money countable or uncountable

The indefinite article should never be used with the word ‘money‘ as it is an uncountable noun. The following sentences should read: Give me money. Give money to me.

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