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Could any one tell me what is the difference between American English language and British and Australian English Language?

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bassa1) .. wrapping things carefully in paper. why we don't put (a) before paper?
Paper is a mass (non-count) noun, like sugar, salt, love, money, hope, and many other things that are not normally counted. "Count" articles (a,an) are not used with these nouns.

We wrapped the cup carefully in (a sheet of) paper.
Drink water before playing football. (not "a water")
I take money to school to buy lunch. (not "a money") Lunch is general, so it is not countable in this context.
bassa2)Our school activities OR we add ('s) to school?
Either one.
Our school's activities include field trips and science fairs.
I participate in many school activities. (activities related to school, rather than church activities or independent activities.)
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So,why we say I want a paper?

Are you going to answer the other questions later?:)

Question:

1)He got a telant OR telant?

2)An example of an artwork is ...... OR without (an)?

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bassaSo,why we say I want a paper?
If you use "paper" to mean "newspaper," as many people do, then it is a count noun.
bassa1)He got a telant OR telant?
Do you mean "talent"? It can be either count or non-count.

He has a lot of talent.
He has a talent for getting into trouble.
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bassaSo,why do we say, "I want a paper?"
If you use "paper" to mean "newspaper," as many people do, then it is a count noun.
Yes!
He always picks up a paper on the way to work, and reads it over coffee during the morning break.

But if you mean something you are going to write on, then say:
Give me a piece / sheet of paper, please.
Give me some paper, please. (More than one piece.)
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Questions:

1)Human bladder OR human's bladder?

2)It happens in the cytoplasma OR without the?

3)My house's door OR without 's?
bassa1)Human bladder OR human's bladder?
2)It happens in the cytoplasma OR without the?
3)My house's door OR without 's?
These will depend on the complete sentence. A noun can be used in possessive case (as a determiner) or sometimes as an adjective.

1) A human bladder can hold about xx ounces of liquid.

2) Cytoplasma is not a word.
What goes on in the cytoplasm of a cell?

3) Neither one is the best. The most natural is a prepositional phrase. ("house door" is not right.)
The door to my house is wide open.
The door of my house is painted bright red.
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1)The people were excited about going to public execution OR with a before public?

2)My cell phone failed off my pocket accidentally OR My cell phone failed off from my pocket accidentally.

3)Thy have a weird way (of) or (in) numbering off the rooms?

4)Im still not used to it.
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1)The people were excited about going to a public execution.

2)My cell phone fell out of failed off my pocket accidentally.

3)They have a weird way of numbering off the rooms.

4)I'm still not used to it.
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