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RfE Unit 13 much / many
RfE Unit 13 Put in the correct word – and then check…
RfE Unit 13 How … money have you got? 1
RfE Unit 13 How … money have you got? How much money have you got? 1
RfE Unit 13 There isn‘t … milk left. 2
RfE Unit 13 There isn‘t … milk left. There isn‘t much milk left. 2
RfE Unit 13 He usually drinks … water. 3
RfE Unit 13 He usually drinks … water. He usually drinks much water. 3
RfE Unit 13 He hasn‘t got … homework today. 4
RfE Unit 13 He hasn‘t got … homework today. He hasn‘t got much homework today. 4
RfE Unit 13 There are … new words in this unit. 5
RfE Unit 13 There are … new words in this unit. There are many new words in this unit. 5
RfE Unit 13 Have you got … work to do? 6
RfE Unit 13 Have you got … work to do? Have you got much work to do? 6
RfE Unit 13 Is she taking … pictures? 7
RfE Unit 13 Is she taking … pictures? Is she taking many pictures? 7
RfE Unit 13 How … wine is left? 8
RfE Unit 13 How … wine is left? How much wine is left? 8
RfE Unit 13 There were … mistakes in your letter. 9
RfE Unit 13 There were … mistakes in your letter. There were many mistakes in your letter. 9
RfE Unit 13 How … books has he bought? 10
RfE Unit 13 How … books has he bought? How many books has he bought? 10
RfE Unit 13 He hasn‘t got … friends here in London. 11
RfE Unit 13 He hasn‘t got … friends here in London. He hasn‘t got many friends here in London. 11
RfE Unit 13 There isn‘t … beer in the bottle. 12
RfE Unit 13 There isn‘t … beer in the bottle. There isn‘t much beer in the bottle. 12
RfE Unit 13 This company has got … cars. 13
RfE Unit 13 This company has got … cars. This company has got many cars. 13
RfE Unit 13 In the fridge, there is … butter. 14
RfE Unit 13 In the fridge, there is … butter. In the fridge, there is much butter. 14
RfE Unit 13 How … luggage has he got? 15
RfE Unit 13 How … luggage has he got? How much luggage has he got? 15
RfE Unit 13 That‘s all for now. Are you happy with your work? No? So, why not to try again? Good luck!
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