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How to use “kind of noun""kind of nouns""kinds of noun""kinds of nouns" in affirmative sentence and interrogative sentence. can you give me some example and explain what's the meaning? QQQ

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    There are different kinds of nouns, proper nouns and common nouns. What kind of nouns are there? There are proper nouns and common nouns. How do I know which kind of noun to use?

    All of those sentences are correct.

    1. What kind of chocolates do you have? (Used when 'kind' means, a specific brand, genre, etc., e.g., What kind of movies do you like?)

    2. What kinds of chocolate do you have? (OK, Non-count, Mass noun)

    Note:

    A. What kind of fish do you have?
    (One type of fish, and what kind do you have?)

    EX: What kind of chocolate do you have?

    B. What kinds of fish do you have?
    (More than one type of fish, and what kinds do you have?)

    EX: What kinds of chocolate do you have?


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