information is very useful. It will help me to find my
way around France.But I don't yet have any information about
Brittany and there is no information about the offshore islands.
Let me give you some advice / a piece of advice. Always
use the motorways in France. They are quite expensive but much less
crowded than the main roads.
will find that two-star hotels provide perfectly good accommodation.
It is inexpensive and most accommodation of this kind is located
away from busy roads.
this hotel chain, too much time is spent on administration and not
enough on management. If we don't get more women into top
management, a change of management will be necessary.
are the normal uses of these terms. But note that when we refer
to the administration as the government of a country
- usually the US - plural forms are possible. This usage provides
us with an exception to the general rule:
administrations of Carter and Clinton were similar in many
nouns have both uncountable and countable uses relating
to more general and more particular instances of use.
Disease is a good example of this, Rosanna as are, e.g.,
time and experience. When used countably, plural forms
may arise. Compare the following:
- a time / times
time now to finish the game and come in for supper.
no time to lose. We must try to get home before dark.
was a time when I went to church every Sunday.
there are times when I don't set foot inside a church for
months on end.
- an experience
need quite a lot of work experience to do this job properly
and I don't have very much.
across hot coals is an experience I shall never forget.