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Countable, uncountable and quantifiers
Transcript of Countable, uncountable and quantifiers
COUNTABLE, UNCOUNTABLE and QUANTIFIERS
COUNTABLE, UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS and QUANTIFIERS
Countable is everything that can be counted. example: people, objects, etc..
a chair una silla
two chairs dos sillas
a pencil un lápiz
The countable nouns have plural form, you can use numbers in front of them to express their quantity and indefinite articles (A - AN)
a bottle of wine una botella de vino
a glass of milk un vaso de leche
a cup of tea una taza de té
Uncountable nouns is anything that can not be counted
can not form the plural, since it is not possible to say "meal", "milk", etc.
can not express their amount putting a number and much less used before indefinite articles (A - AN).
Another aid would be lead to think that the uncountable quantifiers like much and little, while lead countable quantifiers like many and few.
...with uncountable nouns
....with countable nouns
much - mucho many - muchos
so much - tanto so many - tantos
too much- demasiado too many - demasiados
little- poco few- pocos
a little- algo de a few - algunos
less- menos - menor cantidad de fewer- menor número que
the least - la menor cantidad the fewest - el menor número de
a large amount of - una gran cantidad de a large number of - un gran número de
a great deal of - mucho/a a great many - muchísimos
a bottle of water
Pedro Galmés Puig