Because mass nouns are not countable, they have no plural. "Silverware" is a word, but not "silverwares." If you want to tell the quantity of a mass noun, use an adjective or a count noun to describe it.
Honey is a mass noun:
- (noun alone) I want honey on my pancakes.
- (adjective and noun) I want some honey for my pancakes.
- (countable noun with mass noun) I want six jars of honey.
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|Types of nouns (edit)|