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Content - What is the difference between content and content?


'Content' is an uncountable noun used when we discuss something in its entirety, such as the 'content of a speech'. On the other hand, 'contents' is a countable noun used when the elements within a container are distinct and countable, like the chapters in a 'table of contents'.