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An apple has a sweet taste.

An apple has sweet taste. (I think, it is correct)

Which one is correct?

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The car is ready now.

A car is ready now.

Which one is correct?

Please tell me the reason also.
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user_englishAn apple has a sweet taste.

An apple has sweet taste. (I think, it is correct)Sorry, but the first sentence is correct.

Which one is correct?

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The car is ready now. Specific car [yours?].

A car is ready now. Non-specific.

Which one is correct?

Please tell me the reason also.
I have the book you ordered. vs I have a book I think you'll like
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user_englishAn apple has a sweet taste.

An apple has sweet taste. (I think, it is correct)Sorry, but the first sentence is correct.

Which one is correct?

______________________________________________

The car is ready now. Specific car [yours?].

A car is ready now. Non-specific.

Which one is correct?

Please tell me the reason also.
I have the book you ordered. vs I have a book I think you'll like
Ok, thank you

So, I think the noun `taste' is a countable noun
So, I think the noun `taste' is a countable noun

In this case, the apple has "a" taste, one taste out of several possible tastes (countable)

If a man has [good] taste in clothing, food, or whatever, the word is non-countable.
PhilipSo, I think the noun `taste' is a countable noun

In this case, the apple has "a" taste, one taste out of several possible tastes (countable)

If a man has [good] taste in clothing, food, or whatever, the word is non-countable.

Then,

What about adjectives (a lot of, a little) which has articles but is used with uncountable noun?
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