In this week's podcast about The History of Keeping Clean, I talked about the use of uncountable nouns in so many of the Listening gapfill questions.
In this Listening , for example, 7/10 of the answers are uncountable nouns:
Notice how they use "made of" to introduce the uncountable noun in both the questions and the script.
Look at the gapfill questions 32 and 33 and the listening text below them. What goes in the gap?
"Archaeologists discovered cylinders made of clay".
"They scraped off the oil and dirt with a metal instrument known as a strigil".
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