The noun "sport" can be both countable and uncountable.
sport → uncountable
Meaning: physical activities in which players compete individually or in teams
Example sentence: My nephew isn't very good at maths and science, but he's very good at sport.
sport → countable
Meaning: a particular kind of sport
Example sentence: In summer we played sports like cricket and tennis, but in winter we only played football.
Note: In American English, "sports" can be used for uncountable as well as plural countable meanings.
In which sentence is the word "sport" countable?
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Contributor: Matt Errey