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QUANTIFIERS

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Ester Bayón Llibre

on 1 February 2016

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Transcript of QUANTIFIERS

QUANTIFIERS
SOME
*We usually use
some
:

- in
affirmative
sentences.

- with
countable
and
uncountable
nouns

There are
some
traffic
lights
at the end of the road.

There's
some

pasta
on the table.
any
*We usually use
any
:

- with
countable and uncountable
nouns.

- in
negative
sentences.

The dog doesn't want
any

biscuits
.
They haven't got
any

money
.

- in
interrogative
sentences.

Are there
any
cinemas
in your town?
Do you need
any
help
?
*We usually use
some
when we offer or ask for something.

Would you like
some

tea
?
Would you borrow
some
money
?

a little
*We use
a little
:

- in
affirmative
sentences.

- with
uncountable
nouns.

Julia ate
a little
rice
a few
*We use
a few
:

- in
affirmative
sentences.

- with
countable
nouns.

Mike ate
a few
chips
.
much
*We use
much
:

- with
uncountable
nouns.

- in
negative and interrogative
sentences.

French people
don't
drink
much
tea
.


**We don't often use
much
in affirmative sentences:

*Charlotte's got
much
money.
many
*We use
many
:

- with
countable
nouns.

- in
negative and interrogative
sentences.

Are there
many
pedestrian crossings
in the town centre?

**We don't often use
many
in affirmative sentences:

*Charlotte's got
many

brothers and sisters
.

a lot of / lots of
*We use
a lot of / lots of
:

- with
countable and uncountable
nouns.

- in
affirmative, negative and interrogative
sentences:

Bill Gates has got
a lot of / lots of
money
.

There are
a lot of / lots of
roadworks
in London.

We
didn
't eat
a lot of
food
.

Were there

a lot of
people
in the party?

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