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Quantifiers

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Encarni Lorente

on 26 January 2015

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Transcript of Quantifiers

Quantifiers
SOME + countable nouns (plural)/uncountable nouns
AFFIRMATIVE sentences
There are SOME biscuits in the box.
I've got SOME milk.
Exception:
Requests/offers
Can I have SOME cake, please?
Would you like SOME ice cream?
ANY + countable nouns (plural)/uncountable nouns
NEGATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE sentences:
You haven't got any vegetables.
Has he got any rice?
A/AN + countable nouns (singular)
AFFIRMATIVE, NEGATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE sentences:

I have got an apple.
My brother has got a pineapple.
http://www.englishexercises.org/makeagame/viewgame.asp?id=29
HOW MUCH+ uncountable nouns?
HOW MUCH cheese have we got?
HOW MANY + countable nouns?
HOW MANY carrots have you got?
A FEW + countable nouns (plural)
I've got A FEW friends.
A LITTLE + uncountable nouns (singular)
He has got a little money.
A LOT OF + countable and uncountable nouns
AFFIRMATIVE sentences:
Mary has got a lot of friends.
MANY + countable nouns
NEGATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE sentences:
How many apples are there in the basket?

There aren’t many apples in the
MUCH + uncountable nouns
NEGATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE sentences:
How much water is there in the swimming-pool?

There isn’t much water in the swimming-pool.
NONE countable/ uncountable nouns
AFFIRMATIVE sentences:
I wanted a slice of pizza but there was none.
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