I know that you're not usually supposed to use articles before uncountable nouns but that there are sometimes exceptions to this rule. I'm a bit stumped by when the exception applies and when it doesn't. So I was wondering if someone could tell me which is correct in these two situations:
- Revenge, for example:
"Is this really (a) revenge orchestrated by those people?"
- Income, for example:
"So, if we get (a) stable income and our organization grows larger..."