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Traveller 1 By: Sulaiman Al Mohawes
Countable: - Countable nouns have a singular and a plural and we can count them. - We use a/an and numbers before countable nouns. a table / two tables How many – a few
Countable: - How many students in your class ? How many – a few - There are not many books - There are a few magazines on the table - There are lots of apples
Uncountable: Uncountable nouns only have a singular form and we cannot count them. milk / meat / cheese How much – a little
Uncountable: How much – a little - How much water is in the bottle ? - We don’t have much money - There is a little cheese - There is a lot of coffee
Countable & uncountable nouns an apple things we can count more than one plural : more than one three apples Countable nouns only one singular: only.
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Nouns you can count NEXT you can use a / an in front of countable nouns Nouns that have a plural form.
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UNCOUNTABLE (SINGULAR) How much wine do you want? How much water do you drink? How much money do you have?
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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 …
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There is a TV in the living room. There is a bookcase. There is a window.
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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.
A lot of / Much / Many Has she got many friends? Yes, she's got a lot of friends. Is there much cheese on the plate? No, there isn't much. There is only.
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Count and Non-count Nouns What are they? Count and Non-count Nouns In English, all nouns are either countable or uncountable. Countable nouns are things.
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