Quote by Hannah Arendt: “Men in plural […] can experience meaningfulness...”
Experiences or Experience? (Count vs. Non-Count Noun)
Let me try to explain it as simply as I can. In this sentence, an experience is an event or incident. These type of experiences are countable , just like events. If you had an interesting experience at school today, that means one interesting thing happened to you. For example, you kissed a girl or boy for the first time. In this sentence, experience means familiarity. You have used computers for many years, so you are familiar with them, you have knowledge of them, and you have skill using them.
The utterance planning processes allowing speakers to produce agreement between subjects and verbs the cats pl are pl asleep have been the topic of extensive study as a window into language production mechanisms. A key question has been the extent to which agreement processing is influenced by semantic and phonological factors.
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