Does Irish distinguish between countable and uncountable nouns as English does? That is, can I just say "tobac", without "an", meaning tobacco in general, as English can say "tobacco", or do I have to add "an"?
What does this have to do with Verbal Nouns?
Vocabulary is often introduced in skills that aren’t focused on vocabulary.
this is apparently a very important noun. I have encountered it once or twice in every round of this lesson !
I replied 'the tobacco' for 'an tobac' and was marked wrong even though the answer given was what I replied.