Meaning of EVIDENCE in English

EVIDENCE

noun

BAD : There are no reliable evidences to suggest that the situation is improving.

GOOD : There is no reliable evidence to suggest that the situation is improving.

BAD : This true story provides an evidence of the power of advertising.

GOOD : This true story provides evidence of the power of advertising.

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Evidence is an uncountable noun: 'Medical evidence suggests that men are more likely to have heart attacks than women.'

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