Presentation on theme: "Quantifiers Much – Many – A lot of – Little Few. A lot of – Lots of = muito(a), muitos (as) There are a lot of fruits on the table. I saw a lot of birds."— Presentation transcript:
Quantifiers Much – Many – A lot of – Little Few
A lot of – Lots of = muito(a), muitos (as) There are a lot of fruits on the table. I saw a lot of birds in the sky. He speaks a lot. I have lots of money. They understood lots of things.
Much – Many = muito(a), muitos(as) You didnt drink much water today. Did they have much time? I listen much music. She doesnt play with many toys. Do you prefer reading many books a month? I travel to many places every year.
A lot of, Lots of, plenty of, a great deal of, a large number of a large amount of: linguagem formal Much... A lot of... Lots of... A great deal of... A large amount of......food has been wasted. Many... A lot of... Lots of... A large number of cars are stolen in Brazil everyday.
Little – Few = pouco(a) – poucos(as) She drank little alcohol. John lost little blood. There was little dust on the furniture. I read few pages today. Few people came to the party. There are few room available.
A little – A few = some He has a little advice to give you. She went there to breathe a little air. She bought a few drinks to dinner. He gave a few flowers to her.
Plenty of = bastante, mais que suficiente, muito(a), muitos(as) Usamos plenty of para falar de coisas positivas e não negativas: I throw away plenty of things. Ann is not ok, she lost a lot of clothes with her suitcase.