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**Primary One English Self-Learning**

How many … are there?

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Section A Learn:

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a. A pencil

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two pencils

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b. an apple

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Three apples

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c. a book

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four books

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**Practise : Fill in the blanks.**

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a.

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an orange

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six oranges

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b.

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an eraser

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seven erasers

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c.

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a chair

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eight chairs

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Section B Learn:

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**a. How many balls are there?**

There is a ball.

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**How many balls are there?**

There are nine balls.

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**b. How many rulers are there?**

There is a ruler.

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**How many rulers are there?**

There are ten rulers.

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**c. How many eggs are there?**

There is an egg.

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How many eggs are there? There are five eggs.

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**Practise : Answer the questions.**

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**a. How many umbrellas are there?**

There is an umbrella.

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**How many umbrellas are there?**

There are seven umbrellas.

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**b. How many flowers are there?**

There is a flower.

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**How many flowers are there?**

There are ten flowers.

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**c. How many trees are there?**

There is a tree.

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**How many trees are there?**

There are four trees.

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