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I’m your new neighbour. -Where does the conversation take place? -What is the man looking for? -What does the woman say? -What does the woman suggest?

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1 I’m your new neighbour. -Where does the conversation take place? -What is the man looking for? -What does the woman say? -What does the woman suggest?

2 I’m your new neighbour. Jack: Excuse me. I’m your new neighbour, Jack. I just moved in. Mrs. Day: Oh. Yes? Jack: I’m looking for a grocery store. Are there any around here? Mrs. Day: Yes, there are some on Pine Street. Jack: Oh, good. And is there a laundromat near here? Mrs. Day: Well, I think there’s one across from the shopping centre. Jack: Thank you. Mrs. Day: By the way, there’s a barber shop in the shopping centre, too. Jack: A barber shop? I’m your new neighbour.

3 A: Is there a laundromat near here? B: Yes, there is. There’s one across from the shopping centre. A: Is there a laundromat near here? B: No, there isn’t, but there’s one next to the library. I’m your new neighbour.

4 A: Are there any grocery stores near here? B: Yes, there are. There are some nice stores on Pine street. A: Are there any grocery stores near here? B: No, there aren’t, but there are some on 3rd Ave. A: Are there any grocery stores near here? B: No, there aren’t any around here. I’m your new neighbour.

5 Milo’s Town Mary St. Jaime Ave. 611 Hermilo Ave José Ave Carlos Ave Rosa St Lucy St Caty St. 1. Park 2. Town Hall 3. Church 4. Grocery store 5. Bank 6. ATM 7. Pay phone 8. Shoe store 9. Library 10. Restaurant 11. Snack bar 12. Fast food restaurant 13. Chemist's 14. Playground 15. Fitness centre 16. High school 17. Market 18. Arcade 19. Clothing store 20. Police station 21. Store 22. Handy craft market

6 It’s pretty safe 1.What are Nick and Pam talking about? 2.Where is Pam’s new apartment? 3.Which floor does she live in? 4.What kind of restaurant is there nearby? 5.What happens during the phone call?

7 It’s pretty safe Nick: How do you like your new apartment? Pam: I love it. It’s downtown, so it’s very convenient. Nick: Downtown? Is there much noise? Pam: Oh, no. There isn’t any. I live on the fifth floor. Nick: How many restaurants are there near your place? Pam: A lot. In fact, there’s an excellent Korean place just around the corner. Nick: What about parking? Pam: Well, there aren’t many parking garages. But I usually find a place on the street. Nick: Is there much crime? Pam: No, it’s pretty safe. Hold on. That’s my car alarm! I’ll call you back later. It’s pretty safe

8 It’s pretty safe! Count nouns: THERE ARE s Are there many restaurants? Yes, there are a lot. Yes, there are a few. No, there aren’t many. No, there aren’t any. No there are none. It’s pretty safe

9 It’s pretty safe! Noncount nouns: THERE IS Is there much crime? Yes, there is a lot. Yes, there is a little. No, there isn’t much. No, there isn’t any. No there is none. It’s pretty safe

10 COUNT NOUNS A LOT A FEW NOT MANY NOT ANY NONE NONCOUNT NOUNS A LOT A LITTLE NOT MUCH NOT ANY NONE It’s pretty safe: Quantifiers restaurants dance clubs pay phones pools crime pollution noise parking

11 Is there much crime in JMM? Yes, there is a lot. Yes, there is a little. No, there isn’t much. No, there isn’t any. No, there is none. It’s pretty safe Are there many cars in JMM? Yes, there are a lot. Yes, there are a few. No, there aren’t many. No, there aren’t any. No, there are none How much crime is there in JMM? There is a lot. There is a little. There isn’t much. There isn’t any. There is none. How many cars are there in JMM? There are a lot. There are a few. There aren’t many. There aren’t any. There are none.

12 It’s pretty safe 1.Are there many apartment buildings? 2.How much traffic is there? 3.How many dance clubs are there? 4.Is there much noise? 5.Are there many pay phones? 6.Is there much pollution? 7.How many swimming pools are there? 8.Is there much parking?

13 It’s pretty safe Write questions using the following words in the box. Example: Is there much crime in JMM? How much crime is there in JMM? Are there many cars in JMM? How many cars are there in JMM? cafés – crime – parks – pollution – public transportation – schools – traffic lights – noise – security – pay phones - tranquillity – arcades- humidity – dryness – markets – wind - ATMs – utilities – banks – parking – night clubs – shoe stores

14 It’s pretty safe 1. Locating places in a town: -Is there a laudramat near here? -Yes, there is. There’s one next to the library. -Are there any grocery stores around here? -Yes, there are. There are some nice stores on Pine street. 2. Describing and asking about quantities: -Is there much noise? -Yes, there’s a lot. -Are there many restaurants? -Yes, there are a lot. -How much noise is there? -There’s a little. -How many restaurants are there? -There are a few. Prepositions: on next to near / close to across from / opposite in front of in back of / behind between on the corner of Quantifiers: a lot a few – a little not many – not much not any none

15 Roommate needed to share large 3- bedroom apt. In nice neighbourhood. Great park across the street. Only $440 a month! Parking available. Call Sheri or Jen at (352) 555 – ROOMMATES WANTED It’s pretty safe Quiet student looking for roommate to share 2-bedroom house near campus. Pets OK. $550 a month plus utilities. Greg at


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