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Leticia Cavalcanti

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Tuesday, December 05
Remember from last class ?
Countable nouns have singular and plural forms . For example :
One tomato some tomatoes
a green bean a lot of green beans
an onion three onions
Let's practice !
https://agendaweb.org/exercises/grammar/any-some
https://lyricstraining.com/en/play/UkEvrcQjck?t=1512505795927#S6o/c!levers
Conversation practice !!!!
Folow my instructions for our conversation practice
Coutable and uncountable nouns
Uncountable nouns have no plural form. For example
some lettuce , a lot of parsley
some butter , a lot of ham
some/Any
We can use Some in affirmative sentences and we use Any in questions and negative sentences
There is some parsley in the fridge.
Is there any parsley in the fridge ?
There isn't any parsley in the fridge.
How much / How many
We use HOW MUCH with uncountable nous and HOW MANY with countable nouns .
How much garlic do we need?
How many potatoes do we need?

https://www.montsemorales.com/gramatica/CountableSpot1-6.htm
http://www.adelescorner.org/grammar/any_some/any_some.html
http://www.english-4u.de/some_any_ex1.htm
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