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Copy of countable and uncountable nouns
Transcript of Copy of countable and uncountable nouns
1. There is not
2. I did not eat
3. I want to eat
4. She had
5. How much
did you eat?
6. There was
a lot of
in that pizza.
7. I've got
left; let's go and have a drink.
1. There are not
2. Give me
do you need?
4. There were
a lot of
at the restaurant
They are things you CAN count.
They can be used in plural and singular
Countable and Uncountable nouns
Complete the sentences using the following quantifiers:
many- much- a little- a few- a lot of
are not often used in affirmative statements; but they are very commonly used in
They are used to indicate quantities.
WHAT IS A QUANTIFIER ?
Identify the countable and uncountable nouns
What ingredients would you use if a chef asks you to
a different kind of lasagna using some of the following food ?
You must :
-Put a new name to it
-Use at least 4 ingredients
-Use quantifiers for each ingredient
Holland is a country with only ____________ mountains .
I don't like _____________ salt in my soup.
It is very sad but in Africa children have _______________ food to eat!
How much sugar do you want in your tea? -Only ___________ , please!
Look at the examples carefully:
Countable nouns and quantifiers
Look at the
They are things which CANNOT be counted as units. They usually include abstract ideas and substances.
5. Liquids ( water, coffee)
My dog is playing
My dogs are hungry