Am I correct in understanding that the use of Unos/as is for countable nouns (pears, sunglasses, cellphones... etc)? For non countable nouns such as money, salt, or sugar, you would use a different word to say some?
For uncountable nouns we'd use either "algún/alguna" or "algo de ...", e.g. "Hay algún dinero encima de la mesa", "Hay algo de azúcar".
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