Dear friends,

I know that the word "fruit" is both a countable noun and an uncountable noun. But I wonder when I can use it as a countable noun, and when I can use it as an uncountable noun. For example, are both " two kinds of fruit" and "two kinds of fruits" right? And are both " what kind of fruit do you like" and " what kinds of fruits do you like" right?

A million thanks.
Personally, I would use "fruit" for both of those.

Yes, 'fruit' is by far the most common word.

Many English learners seem to be fascinated by this fruit/fruits question. Emotion: wink

If you search the Forum for threads about fruit, you'll find a lot.

Best wishes, Clive