Here are 10 uncountable nouns related to food, suitable for elementary learners.
Nouns are either countable or uncountable:
- if a noun is countable we can count it;
- if a noun is uncountable we can’t count it.
Uncountable nouns can’t have a number before them. We cannot say:
one meat, two breads, three creams.
10 uncountable nouns: types of food
Before uncountable nouns we often use some:
- some meat
- some honey
- some pasta.
It is also possible to make these nouns countable by saying:
- a piece of meat
- two pieces of bread.
Or we can be more specific:
- three slices of bread
- four jars of honey
- five loaves of bread
- six bowls of soup.
See also: 10 uncountable nouns – types of material