When the object is countable (apples, marbles etc.), the -s remains at the end.

ClaudiaA2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

When the object is countable (apples, marbles etc.), the -s remains at the end.

What about temps

Nous n'avons plus de temps,

I thought time was a non-count noun

Asked 1 year ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Claudia, 

The word ‘temps’ ( time/weather) has an -s in the singular so the answer is yes. 

When the object is countable (apples, marbles etc.), the -s remains at the end.

What about temps

Nous n'avons plus de temps,

I thought time was a non-count noun

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