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List of uncountable nouns

List of abstract nouns

Few examples with the verb would/could/can/will.

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The list of such nouns is virtually endless. Use your grammar book or google the phrases (abstract nouns, uncountable or non-count nouns) to find examples.

I would never lie to you.
I could ski when I was young.
I can still ski.
I will never lie to you
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You can google those words (would, could, can, will) to get MILLIONS of examples!
I know it is endless.

I found some list from my grammar book. But it is not sufficient for me.

Could you give me as much as you can?

I am just the beginner.

I like to improve english.

I know countable nouns, uncountable nouns, abstract nouns are the three things which is to start with.
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Thank you, Mr.M.

Where are the abstact nouns and uncountable nouns in your sentences that were given as examples?

I would never lie to you.

I could ski when I was young.

I can still ski.

I will never lie to you.
Thank you very much,

I am guessing abstract nouns with your examples.

I would never lie to you.

lie -------- abstract noun (is it right?)

I could ski when I was young.

ski ------- absract noun.

I can still ski.

ski -------- absract noun

I will never lie to you.

lie ------ abstract noun

lie --------- abstract noun (is it right)
No, no, no! I was just giving examples of can/could/will/would:
Few examples with the verb would/could/can/will.
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Mister MicawberNo, no, no! I was just giving examples of can/could/will/would:
Few examples with the verb would/could/can/will.
Then,

What should I do to know about abstract nouns, uncountable nouns?
Google the phrases (abstract nouns, uncountable nouns or non-count nouns) to find examples.
Or once you have found a noun listed as either these kinds, just do a Google search using the noun itself.

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