The noun "work" can be both countable and uncountable.
work → uncountable
Meaning: a job done for money, or any productive activity
Example sentence: My uncle Bill is very lazy, and he's never done a full day's work in his life.
work → countable
Meaning: something created by a writer, painter, musician, or other artist
Example sentence: Van Gogh was a great painter, but very few people bought his works while he was alive.
In which sentence is the word "work" countable?
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Contributor: Matt Errey