By using your logic we can also say electricity is countable noun because it can be measured by ampere,also sugar by kilogram......but the above discussed topic says differently
Akshita Suman answered this
we cannot count sound but it can be measured.SO we can say sound is uncountable noun.
Aditya Kalia answered this
Sound can be measured in decibles.
Akhil Pokhriyal answered this
Sound is both countable as well as uncountable.We can't count sound so it is uncountable but we can measure the sound so it is also called countable.
Aman Kumar answered this
'Sound' is an uncountable noun. It can be measured but not counted. For example, 'fever', 'heat', 'light' etc. can be measured but cannot be counted and so they are uncountable nouns.
K.v. Raghava answered this
Sound is a countable noun because.For Ex;"The sound of that drum is very high".In this sentence the sound is countable because it is there is only one word "sound" which is in singular.
Malveka answered this
sound is measured and never counted you can't like go out there and start counting sound... it is an uncountable noun...hope it helped..
Rudresh Kumar Dubey answered this
It can be said that sound is a countable noun because the countable nouns have their plural forms like " sound can be written as sounds" also. But uncountable nouns like milk, oil, sugar, gold, honesty don't have any plural forms. Hope it helps!