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匿名使用者 發問時間: 社會與文化語言 · 1 0 年前

problem is a countable noun or

I have problem with cooking.

I have problems with cooking.

Which sentence is correct? What is the difference in their meaning?

I have a problem with cooking.--- Is this one is not correct?

Thanks for your help.

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    i have problems with cooking

    i have a problem with cooking and i have problems with cooking

    they are both grammatically correct

    but in real life when we speak, we say," i have problems with cooking".

    when you say i have a problem with cooking...it sounds awkward.

    we just dont say that

    2008-11-19 09:19:25 補充:

    by the way

    problem is countable

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  • 1 0 年前

    Problem is a countable noun.

    So I think,

    I have a problem with cooking or

    I have problems with cooking

    are both ok.

    基本上因為烹飪中的問題似乎頗多

    所以用problems 應可一語帶過

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