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Television + How Much and How Many © 2011 wheresjenny.com HOW MUCH AND HOW MANY (combien et combien) 1
Television + How Much and How Many © 2011 wheresjenny.com How Much: We use how much to ask questions about things we cannot count. (Nous utilisons la quantité de poser des questions sur des choses que nous ne pouvons pas compter.) Examples: oil, water, gas, milk, etc 1. How much water did you drink? 2. How much ice is there in the box? 2
Television + How Much and How Many © 2011 wheresjenny.com How Many: We use how many to ask questions about things we can count (Nous utilisons le nombre de poser des questions sur des choses que nous pouvons compter) Examples: two birds, ten bottles, etc. 1. How many sweets are there in the box? 2. How many flowers are there in the vase? 3
Television + How Much and How Many © 2011 wheresjenny.com Fill in the blanks with how much or how many in the sentences given below. Take the help of the pictures: 1.______________ milk is there in the bottle? 2.______________ tables are there in the room? 3.______________ birds are there on the trees? 4.______________ rice is there on the sack? 5.______________ girls are there in the line? 6.______________ butter is left? 4
Television + How Much and How Many © 2011 wheresjenny.com Match the pictures with the correct word eggsmoneywaterpaper How Much How Many 5
Television + How Much and How Many © 2011 wheresjenny.com Choose the correct answer for each question We need some tea. __________ do we need? A How Much B How Many We need some pens. __________ do we need? A How Much B How Many We need some clothes. __________ do we need? A How Much B How Many We need some bags. __________ do we need? A How Much B How Many 6
© 2011 wheresjenny.com This and That © 2011 wheresjenny.com 1 Grammar Demonstrative This and That ceci et cela.
С & U. Are they countable or uncountable? Put in a / an or some. 1. … ear 2.… butter 3. … bottle 4. … money 5.… egg 6. … doctor 7. … hat 8. … lemonade.
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Food Much/many/little/few. Much or many? We must eat … nuts. We must drink … water. He has … friends. Do you eat … bread? Fats give you … energy. You.
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Countable or uncountable. Countable Nouns Countable nouns are easy to recognize. They are things that we can count. For example: "pen". We can count pens.
Countable & uncountable nouns. Put a / an or some. 1. … honey 11. … meat 2. … lemon 12. … water 3. … potato 13. … banana 4. … doughnut 14. … cucumber.
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Countable / uncountable nouns. There are 2 kinds of noun in English: Countable Things you can count (singular or plural) One apple, two apples, three.
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