Let's say I think that my intelligence is similar to somebody else's intelligence. In this case, can I say "Our intelligence is similar." since we can't say "Our intelligences are similar" because intelligence is not countable?

Also according to the dictionaries and my experience, when you mean the manner where something's done, the word "way" is a singular word. So, can I say "The way we think is similar." if I think that somebody thinks in the same way as me? Because we can't say "The ways we think are similar.".

  • We think in similar ways. That's how I'd say your second one. – J.R. Nov 17 '18 at 23:37

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