"You have a perfect hearing" or "You have perfect hearing". Which one is correct? I have seen both versions and I am wondering if the first one is OK. By ”hearing" I mean "the ability to hear".
If I understand correctly, uncountable nouns should not be preceded by the indefinite article unless the meaning is particular, not general, e.g. "I had a good education". Is that the case here?
I know my question refers to the use of articles with uncountable nouns. I have found a similar question but I am still not sure.