The noun "nature" can be both countable and uncountable.
nature → uncountable
Meaning: all living things and the habitats that sustain them
Example sentence: I want my kids to enjoy the beauty of nature, so we're going camping in the forest.
nature → countable
Meaning: the basic character of a person or an animal, or a basic feature of something
Example sentence: An animal like a deer can have a very shy nature, while animals like monkeys can have very lively natures.
In which sentence is the word "nature" uncountable?
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Contributor: Matt Errey