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We can use a few and many with plural countable nouns: I've got a few dollars. I’ve got a few friends. I haven't got many pens. They haven’t got many friends.

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1 We can use a few and many with plural countable nouns: I've got a few dollars. I’ve got a few friends. I haven't got many pens. They haven’t got many friends.

2 We can use a little and much with uncountable nouns: I've got a little money. I haven't got much rice. I’ve got a little milk. We’haven’t got much time

3 Write a few, a little, much or many to complete these sentences. Don’t use some, any or a lot of. 1.- There’s some food but not …… drink. 2.-... people arrived before the party started, but not many. 3.- There’s not …….coffee in the cup. 4.- She hasn’t got …… friends. 5.- I’m sorry, I haven’t got ….. Time. 6.- The receptionist didn’t give me ….. Information. 7.- I can lend you …… money until tomorrow. 8.- I asked him to put ……. milk in my coffee. 9.- I’ve seen her ……. Times this year but not very often. 10.- We only have …….. petrol left. 11.- She started feeling ill only …….days before the exam. 12.- Not…….. People come here in the winter.

4 13.- Did they pay you ……….. money for working there? 14.- There aren’t …… towns in this part of Peru. 15.- I didn’t drink …….wine at the party 16.- There are only ……. people at the beach. 17.- I didn’t have …… opportunity to talk to him. 18.- The bank only lent me …… money. 19.- Can I ask you …… questions? 20.- The journey was a short one, it didn’t take ……. time. 21.- Only …… students are going to fail the exam. 22.- I don’t think ……… people will come tonight. 23.- I haven’t done …….. work today. 24.- I gave the cat ……. milk. 25.- I don’t think I’ve made …….. mistakes.

5 A lot of – some / any – Much / Many – A few / A little Underline the correct item. 1.- Are you hungry? There is a little / a few roast beef left. 2.- I can’t make a cake. We haven’t got much / any eggs. 3.- There is a few / a lot of sugar in the cupboard.we don’t need to buy any. 4.- Can I have some / much milk for my coffee? 5.- We need a few / much more peppers to make the dish. 6.- We’ve got a lot of / a little bananas so you don’t have to buy any. 7.- There isn’t many / much food left. We’ll have to go shopping. 8.- This restaurant offers a few / a little vegetarian dishes.

6 Put in a little or a few. 1.- I know ……. English. 2.- And I speak …….. words in English. 3.- I’ll be on holiday in ……. days. 4.- Can you give me ……. help? 5.- Ann will be ready in ……. minutes. 6.- Could I have ……. more coffee? 7.- I’d like to ask you ….. questions. 8.- I’m having ….. trouble with the police. 9.- The soup needs …… more salt. 10.- I’m going away for ……..weeks.


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