Uncountable nouns are the names of objects, liquids or abstract ideas which we do not see as separate objects. Most uncountable nouns are singular with no plural forms. We do not use numbers with uncountable nouns.
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The label labile verb refers to any verb which can be either transitive or intransitive. English has many labile verbs. Examples are: ring, sink, boil, smoke, wash, swim, jump etc.