The noun "intelligence" can be both countable and uncountable.
intelligence → uncountable
Meaning: the ability to understand and think about complex ideas
Example sentence: Her high intelligence allowed her to understand advanced mathematics at a very young age.
intelligence → countable
Meaning: a particular type or class of intelligence
Example sentence: Many educators explored the idea of multiple intelligences in the early 21st century.
Note: "Intelligence" can also mean secret information about a government or a company. This meaning in uncountable.
In which sentence is the word "intelligence" uncountable?
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Contributor: Matt Errey