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There is an initial list in the book about articles:
address - -- idea - -- - month - -- scheme - -- year
effect - -- - -issue - -- plan - -- - -shock
election - -- method - -problem - -suggestion
hour - -- - -- munite - -remark - -- week
Does anybody know if there is an entire list?
As an optional part of the question I also would want to find entire list of uncount nouns (such as):
advice* behaviour equipment* furniture* hair* health homework* information* knowledge* machinery* money music* news* progress research* shopping traffic travel wealth weather
If I waded through these more or less then I would search the list of plural nouns.
The best thing is putting SQL-queries to dictionary database: SELECT uncount FROM nouns GROUP BY abstract (but again can't find).
PS: Am I correct in the underlined part.. and in articles in the whole?

btw, I have registration-reply (pending approval) problem

my name would be xcislav
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Anonymousbtw, I have registration-reply (pending approval) problem
my name would be xcislav
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I think it is not such a trouble!

It is very important for me to receive any kink of answer (even negative) up to the point (see subj)!
I have placed this question on 6+ first-found english-grammar forums and I'm now trembling vvery paranoically about that nobody have answered yet (check please my yet.. not sure... yet we use in negative
And I'm also afraid that since I have added this non-sensible "ending" like registration I'm deprived of last chance (I have seen my last chance - THAT ALL OLD-DATED POSTS ARE ANSWERED WITH AT LEAST 1 ANSWER .. BUT my bad luck- this only last answer is exhausted). my confidence to find answer is about zero.
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AnonymousDoes anybody know if there is an entire list?
I have never seen such a list. It might be as large as about half of a dictionary.
AnonymousI also would want would also like to find entire list of uncount nouns
Again, the list would be enormous, and I have never seen such a thing. A learner's dictionary should tell you this information in each entry.

I can't imagine what you would do with such huge lists, even if you had them.

CJ
In my opinion, such a list doesn't make sense at all. Words are not numbers which you can strictly categorize as, e.g. even and prime ones. There are numerous collocations in which the same noun can be a countable or a mass one.
AnonymousThe best thing is putting SQL-queries to dictionary database: SELECT uncount FROM nouns GROUP BY abstract
It sounds like you consider all abstract nouns to be subset of noncount nouns.
Is this correct?
I believe that notion of abstractness is independent on uncountability.
Anonymousis an initial list in the book about articles ... Does anybody know if there is an entire list?
What do you mean?
Entire list of all nouns in English?
I could not even grasp the question
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vgv8It sounds like you consider all abstract nouns to be subset of noncount nouns.
Is this correct?
I believe that notion of abstractness is independent on uncountability.
Countable nouns are subdivided into concrete nouns (a girl, a house) and abstract nouns (a notion, a habit).

"If a group of objects is represented by one object of their class, this singular countable noun takes the definite article the. Its meaning is a notion representing a class of objects, not the only object or specific object"

Here are lists of uncountable nouns