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juice

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

juice → uncountable

Meaning: liquid that's squeezed from fruit or vegetables

Example sentence: Do you buy juice from the supermarket, or do you make it at home?

juice → countable

Meaning: one glass of juice, or a particular kind of juice

Example sentence: I'll have two beers and an orange juice, please.

Quick Quiz:

In which sentence is the word "juice" uncountable?

a. Do you drink any fruit juice in the morning?

b. No, but I have a juice or a smoothie with my lunch.

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Contributor: Matt Errey