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The noun "faith" can be both countable and uncountable.

faith → uncountable

Meaning: strong belief in someone or something

Example sentence: Do you have much faith in the politicians who are running your country?

faith → countable

Meaning: a particular religion

Example sentence: People of many faiths live together in India, including followers of Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism.

Quick Quiz:

In which sentence is the word "faith" countable?

a. Most people in South America are still followers of the Christian faith.

b. Many South Americans still have faith in the teachings of the Catholic Church.

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Contributor: Matt Errey