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Countable nouns Things I can count Three oranges Two oranges
SINGULAR: a + noun one + noun PLURAL: noun + -s COUNTABLE NOUNS potatoes a potato
Uncountable nouns Things I can’t count
We love to read books. countableUncountable ? ?N OUN
Please pass the salt. countable Uncountable 7-1 Let’s Practice ? ?N OUN
We need some chairs. countable Uncountable 7-1 Let’s Practice ? ?N OUN
Singular countable Uncountable There is a mango. I have an egg. There are some apples. I have some eggs. There is some sugar. He has some bread. Plural countable
There is _____ banana in the recipe. a 7-3 Let’s Practice singular countable noun a an some
There is _____ ice cream in the fridge. some 7-3 Let’s Practice uncountable noun a an some
I need _____ water to wash my hands. some 7-3 Let’s Practice uncountable noun a an some
unspecified quantity specified quantity I’d like some juice. I’d like a glass of juice.
Some: Affirmative sentences: There is some money Any: Negative and Interrogative sentences: Is there any money? No, there isn’t. There isn’t any money
I need _____ time to study. some 7-8 Let’s Practice some any
There is _____ cheese.some 7-8 Let’s Practice some any
There aren’t _____ horses in the field. any 7-8 Let’s Practice some any
1. How much/ How many cars are there? How Many or How Much ? There are six cars!
2.How much/ How many Sugar is there? There are three spoons of sugar
3.How much/ How many pictures are there? There are six pictures.
4.How much/ How many milk is there? There are two boxes of milk
OBJECTIVES Countable and uncountable nouns Countable nouns Things I can count Three oranges Two oranges.
WELCOME BACK….. GRAMMAR LESSON 2: Countable and Uncountable nouns.
NOUNS fjc/12/09. What is a noun? A noun is a naming word. It can be the name of a person, place or thing.
Yummy food Chapter 3, Book 3B Primary Longman Express.
FOOD & DRINKS. A cup of Coffee Bananas A spoon of Jam.
Q: Waiter, will my pizza be long? A: No sir, it will be round! Q: How do you get a mouse to smile? A: Say cheese!
3 rd ESO Countable nouns & Uncountable nouns Countable nouns e.g. I eat a banana every day. I like bananas. “Banana” is a countable noun.
COUNTABLE -T here is 2 kind of words in English: countable and uncountable. -Countable nouns are for things we can count using numbers. “I have 2 dogs”
Countable & uncountable nouns an apple things we can count more than one plural : more than one three apples Countable nouns only one singular: only.
Talking about food. Count and uncountable nouns Countable nouns are people or things which we can count. They have both singular and plural form. SingularPlural.
Most of the nouns are countable. You can combine them with numbers one, two, three… They usually have a singular and plural form. Countable nouns are.
Countable / uncountable nouns. There are 2 kinds of noun in English: Countable Things you can count (singular or plural) One apple, two apples, three.
Countable & uncountable nouns. Put a / an or some. 1. … honey 11. … meat 2. … lemon 12. … water 3. … potato 13. … banana 4. … doughnut 14. … cucumber.
Countable and uncountable nouns Countable NounsUncountable nouns can be counted Two restaurants / many hotels can be singular or plural A hotel / three.
COUNTABLE NOUNS & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS Nouns can be: Countable 4 Uncountable.
COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS MUCH, MANY, SOME, ANY.
9th Grade English MART. SOME/ ANY We use some with countable and plural countable nouns in affirmative sentences and offers. o There are some.
CUISINE Laura López Cabezas February, WARM-UP.
Countable & Uncountable nouns Countable nouns e.g. I eat a banana every day. I like bananas. “Banana” is a countable noun. We can put an ‘s’ on a.
С & U. Are they countable or uncountable? Put in a / an or some. 1. … ear 2.… butter 3. … bottle 4. … money 5.… egg 6. … doctor 7. … hat 8. … lemonade.
COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS Explanation and exercises by Begonya Santiago.
THERE IS THERE ARE There is/are + a/an/some/any ???
Countable, Uncountable Nouns Countable Nouns: things that can be counted with numbers. eg. 1.One book, two books 2.One pen, two pens 3.A car, an hour And.
REVISION ON. Countable nouns are nouns which can be counted and can be in the singular or the plural. If it is singular we use a /an before the noun.
Mgr. Lucia Jureňová. When the countable noun is Pl. we can use it alone. I want apples. We can use some and any. some - affirmative sentences I have.
Hungry Giant: What food do you like? There is/There are …
Primary 3 English by Lam OI Yee 2003 Countable nouns & Uncountable nouns 4 Dr Catherine F Woo Memorial Sch.
THERE IS THERE ARE SOME - ANY - NO. There is a sofa in the room. There are two pictures on the wall. There isn’t a TV in the room.
Countable and Uncountable nouns Countable nouns -These nouns can be counted. an apple seven apples a flower two flowers.
To Like or not to like? I like…. I love… I don’t mind… + ing I hate … I like…. I love… I don’t mind… + ing I hate …
University of Santiago de Chile Elemental English.
Countable Nouns / Uncountable Nouns Primary Two. Countable nouns Countable nouns are things that we can count. We can put an ‘s’ on a countable noun.
Chapter 5, Book 3A Primary Longman Express Buying food.
We use A/AN (articles) with singular countable nouns. I have a cup of coffee for breakfast ! There is an accident on the corner.
Countables & Uncountables Grammar Reference Preparatore:Dott.ssa Barbara Meloni.
Count nouns one bananas Two bananas Four bananas.
Twenty Questions Countable and uncountable nouns.
QUANTIFIERS. SOME / ANY / NO Some +uncountable/plural countable nouns Is used in affirmative sentences and in questions when we offer something or ask.
Traveller 1 By: Sulaiman Al Mohawes
There is / there are Positive There is a flower are six flowers is + singular noun are + plural noun Negative There isn’t a banana aren’t any fruits isn’t.
COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES. SIMPLE PAST COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS. QUANTIFIERS.
İSTANBUL ÜNİVERSİTESİ AÇIK VE UZAKTAN EĞİTİM FAKÜLTESİ İNGİLİZCE YABANCI DİL-1.
COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS. that we can count are c o u n t a b l e. Nouns.
Much, Many, A lot of. Quantifiers - Much / Many / A Lot of Quantifiers are words that show how much there is of something - they show quantity. Much,
Count and Noncount Nouns What do you like to have for lunch? I usually have soup, a few crackers, and some fruit.
Primary 3 English Countable nouns & Uncountable nouns.
GROCERIES LIST CAN BE COUNTED WITH NUMBER ARE IN SINGULAR OR PLURAL FORM 5.
Who is right? COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS Who is right, Mr. How Much or Mr. How Many? Click on the right option to complete the questions. This case.
CONTENTS 7-1Nouns: Count and NoncountNouns: Count and Noncount 7-2Using A vs. AnUsing A vs. An 7-3Using A/An vs. SomeUsing A/An vs. Some 7-4Using Some.
QUANTIFIERS MUCH, MANY, FEW, LITTLE, PLENTY, A LOT OF, SOME, ANY,
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