He is making mischief. If I use "mischiefs", would it also be correct?

Hi teachers,

  1. He is making mischief. If I use “mischiefs”, would it also be correct?

  2. When we send a child to the shop, we often give him a little money as well. So how to say this? "Please go to the shop and buy two packets of biscuits/crisp and take 5 rupees.

Many thanks in advance.

  1. No. ‘Mischief’ is uncountable.

  2. … and have 5 rupees for yourself. / and take 5 rupees for yourself. / and keep 5 rupees.

Thank you, Madam BN. :slight_smile: