Presentation on theme: "9th Grade English 03-07 MART. SOME/ ANY We use some with countable and plural countable nouns in affirmative sentences and offers. o There are some."— Presentation transcript:
9th Grade English MART
SOME/ ANY We use some with countable and plural countable nouns in affirmative sentences and offers. o There are some carrots in the fridge. o Would you like some tea? We use any with uncountable and plural countable nouns in question and negative sentences. o Is there any milk in the fridge? o There aren’t any apples in the fridge.
WOULD LIKE We use would like you like …? when we offer something. o Would you like some coffee? We use I would like or I’d like when we ask for something politely. o I’d like some coffee, please. We use to after would like if there is a verb. Would you like to eat something? No, thanks. I’m thirsty. I’d like to drink coke.
Exercise: Complete with some any. 1) A: Are you hungry? There are ________ cheese sandwiches in the fridge and there are ______ sausages on the table. B: I want a sandwich, but I don’t want ________ sausages. A: Would you like _______ ketchup with your sandwich? B: Sure. A: Oops, we haven’t got ________ ketchup. B: That’s OK. 2) A: Have we got __________ pasta? B: No, we haven’t. Get ________ from the supermarket. A: OK.What about milk and orange juice? B: Well, we’ve got __________ milk, but we haven’t got ___________ orange juice. We need ___________ tea, too. A: OK.
How much/ How many We use How much ….? with uncountable nouns to ask about the quantity of something o How much water is in the bottle? We use How many ….? with plural countable nouns to ask about the number of something. o How many students are there in the classroom?