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There is a blue cat!

There is, there are, a little, a few, some, a lot of, any
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DIEGO ALEJANDRO HENAO GUARIN

on 14 September 2012

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Transcript of There is a blue cat!

Countable nouns Uncountable nouns a sharpener milk There is You can count them You can't count them a computer water coffee For uncountable nouns you need measures a bowl of rice a dish of spaghetti a piece of cake a box of cereal a can of soup a bag of flour a carton of milk a loaf of bread a jar of jam a slice of pizza a bottle of wine a sheet of paper There is a There is a wastebasket You use "there is" for singular nouns e.g a wastebasket You can also say "there is a little of" with uncountable nouns and small quantities there's a little of cheese. there is a little of bread. There's a little of There is some You can also use "there's some" with uncountable nouns for unspecified quantity There is some water There's some jam There is a lot of You can also use "there's a lot of" for big quantities with uncountable nouns. There is a lot of money There's a lot of wine There is not a You use "there isn't a" or "there isn't any" for negative sentences There is a dog, there is a cat, BUT there is not a horse There are some chairs, there is a computer, BUT there isn't any food. There are 4 You can use "there are" for an exact number (more than 2) There are three apples There are nine chairs There are a few You use "there are a few" for small quantities with countable nouns There a few people in the train. There are a few colors in the pencil case There are some You can also use "there are some" for unspecified number of countable nouns. There are some newspapers on the desk There are some children in the park today There are a lot of You can also use "there are a lot of" for a big quantity with countable nouns There are a lot of people in the concert There are a lot of carrots There are not any You use "there aren't any" in negative sentences There are some tomatoes, there are some potatoes BUT there are not any carrots There are two boxes of chocolates BUT there aren't any boxes of cereal There are a mirror a glass of water Is there a ...? You use "is there a" for questions with singular nouns Is there a mirror? Yes, there is Is there a blue cat? No, there isn't Are there any...? You use "are there any" for questions with countable nouns in plural. Are there any carrots? Yes, there are Are there any lions? No, there aren't There is a mirror Thank you very much! EXERCISES 1) There is a dog in my house.
2) There are two televisions in my bedroom.
3) There's a lot of cheese in my fridge.
4) There are a lot of people in the institute
today.
5) There's no milk in my fridge.
6) There aren't any cats in my house.
7) There are a few books in my bedroom.
8) There's a little of coffee in my cup. Rewrite the next sentences with your own information EXERCISE Complete the sentences with your information. 1) There is a ____________ in my bedroom.
2) In this classroom there is a ____________.
3) There is a red ___________ in my pencil
case.
4) There is a ____________ in my kitchen. EXERCISE Complete the sentences with your own information. 1) There are ______ chairs in my classroom.
2) There are ______ partners with me today.
3) There are ______ fingers in my hands.
4) There are ______ eyes in my face. Complete the sentences with your own information. EXERCISE 1) There is a little of ___________ in my refrigerator.
2) There's a little of ___________ in my glass.
3) There is a little of ____________ in my bank
account.
4) There is a little of __________ in my bottle. EXERCISE Complete the sentences with your own information. 1) There are a few ______________ on the street.
2) There are a few ______________ in Cartago.
3) There are a few ______________ in my bank account.
4) There are a few ______________ in my bookcase. EXERCISE. Complete the sentences with your own information. 1)There is some _______________ for next class.
2) There is some ______________ in my refrigerator.
3) There is some ______________ in my cup.
4) There is some ______________ in my coffee. EXERCISE Complete the sentences with your own information. 1) There are some _______________ in my computer.
2) There are some _______________ in my neighborhood.
3) There are some _______________ in my old notebook.
4) There are some good _______________ in my party. EXERCISE Complete the sentences with your own information. 1) There is a lot of __________________ in the supermarket.
2) There is a lot of __________________ in the sea.
3) There is a lot of __________________ on internet.
4) There is a lot of __________________ in my bowl. EXERCISES Complete the sentences with your own information. 1) There are a lot of _______________ at the school.
2) There are a lot of ______________ in my house.
3) There are a lot of ______________ in the zoo.
4) There are a lot of ______________ in the woods. EXERCISE Complete the following sentences. 1) there isn't ________ homework.
2) there is _______ money.
3) There isn't ______ bottle of wine in my fridge.
4) There is not ______ missed call in my cellphone. EXERCISES 1) There aren't ______ movies today.
2) There are ______ funny programs on t.v.
3) There are not ______ clouds in the sky.
4) There aren't ______ parrots in the cage. Complete the following sentences.
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