Our neighbour is asking for some sugar.

[Note: The nouns described by these adjectives are usually uncountable nouns.] 
I have eleven fingers. (Ask the question â€˜how many fingers?â€™ and you get the answer â€˜elevenâ€™.) All the students passed the exam. (Ask the question â€˜how many students?â€™ and you get the answer â€˜allâ€™.) Each student has to sign the form. (Ask the question â€˜how many students?â€™ and you get the answer â€˜eachâ€™.) Every person in the auditorium was standing. (Ask the question â€˜how many persons?â€™ and you get the answer â€˜Everyâ€™.) Tarun was the first to complete the test. (Ask the question â€˜in what order was Tarun?â€™ and you get the answer â€˜the firstâ€™.) 
[Note: The nouns described by these adjectives are usually countable nouns.] 
Our neighbour is asking for some sugar.

[Note: The nouns described by these adjectives are usually uncountable nouns.] 
I have eleven fingers. (Ask the question â€˜how many fingers?â€™ and you get the answer â€˜elevenâ€™.) All the students passed the exam. (Ask the question â€˜how many students?â€™ and you get the answer â€˜allâ€™.) Each student has to sign the form. (Ask the question â€˜how many students?â€™ and you get the answer â€˜eachâ€™.) Every person in the auditorium was standing. (Ask the question â€˜how many persons?â€™ and you get the answer â€˜Everyâ€™.) Tarun was the first to complete the test. (Ask the question â€˜in what order was Tarun?â€™ and you get the answer â€˜the firstâ€™.) 
[Note: The nouns described by these adjectives are usually countable nouns.] 