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a / an / some / any
He is a boy. This is an egg. He has a pen. a = 1 an = 1
Positive sentences some = + 1 We use "some" in positive sentences.
There are some apples on the table.
There is some milk in the glass Use some for both countable and uncountable nouns. I have some books.
Use "any" in negative sentences or questions for countable and uncountable nouns. He doesn't have any pens. Do you have any cheese? Any = +1
I have got ---------------------------but I haven’t got---------------------- İn my kitchen. some onionsany potatoes
I have got--------carrots but I haven’t got--------tomatoes. some any I have got-------------pears but I haven’t got ------------grapes. pears grapes some any
hotdogs eggs fruit juice whisky I have got some hotdogs but I haven’t got any eggs. I have got some fruit juice but I haven’t got any whisky.
Peter Peter has got some biscuits but he hasn’t got any coffee. Emily Emily has got some bread but she hasn’t got any cake.
Tom Aysel popcorn coke Tom has got some cake but he hasn’t got any sandwiches. Aysel has got some popcorn but she hasn’t got any coke.
pizza hamburger Robert Robert has got some pizza but he hasn’t got any hamburgers.
There are ----------------------------------------- --------in the fridge. somecucumbers, eggplants There aren’t ---------------------------------- İn the fridge. any tomatoes and peppers and peas
Choose the correct option There is___ cheese. 1)Some 2) any There aren’t___ apples. 1)Some 2)any There is___ lemonade. 1)Some 2)any There is ___ bread.
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.
IN MY LUNCH BOX SPOTLIGHT 3, MODULE 6A. NOUNS (СУЩЕСТВИТЕЛЬНЫЕ) Countable (исчисляемые) Ед. число apple banana Всегда с A, an, the Мн. число apples bananas.
FOOD & DRINKS. A cup of Coffee Bananas A spoon of Jam.
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 …
Yummy food Chapter 3, Book 3B Primary Longman Express.
Food Word Search WWEISJWEPYAIRPTH GXBQJMFZBIDXEAIV VIJRVVMYTIELGPUL YRREBWARTSECRPRY JCTHYTNZGTHOULFP NQWDOVMVTEEGBEEM GNNMMDRUEPCQMFLX SAATPXCSOAILAQBB.
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.
Dairy Products Milk Butter Cheese Eggs Dairy Products Milk Butter Cheese Eggs Dairy Products Milk Butter Cheese Eggs Dairy Products Milk Butter Cheese.
Countable & uncountable nouns. Put a / an or some. 1. … honey 11. … meat 2. … lemon 12. … water 3. … potato 13. … banana 4. … doughnut 14. … cucumber.
Talking about quantity Chapters 4 & 5, Book 5B New Welcome to English Second Edition.
Vegetables cabbage carrot.
juice פורית אברמוב cheese פורית אברמוב sandwich פורית אברמוב.
Countable and Uncountable Nouns Počitatelná a nepočitatelná podstatná jména.
Much cheese much butter much meat much bread. much milk much sausage much salad much fruits.
COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS Explanation and exercises by Begonya Santiago.
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.
bananas a banana a hamburger hamburgers a tomato tomatoes.
All the things I like!. Listen and repeat Chicken Vegetables Ice cream Chocolate Water Lemonade Pizza Cheese Eggs Sandwiches Burgers Chips.
Hungry Giant: What food do you like? There is/There are …
Countable nouns Things I can count Three oranges Two oranges.
rice noodle a bowl of noodles porridge a bowl of porridge.
REVISION Lesson Four Food. carrot ice-cream apples pizza chicken cheese mushroom peas bananas
CUISINE Laura López Cabezas February, WARM-UP.
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.
İSTANBUL ÜNİVERSİTESİ AÇIK VE UZAKTAN EĞİTİM FAKÜLTESİ İNGİLİZCE YABANCI DİL-1.
OBJECTIVES Countable and uncountable nouns Countable nouns Things I can count Three oranges Two oranges.
TEACHER: KHALIDA RUSTAMOVA GRADE: 5 Theme: “FOOD”.
9th Grade English MART. SOME/ ANY We use some with countable and plural countable nouns in affirmative sentences and offers. o There are some.
Countable & uncountable nouns an apple things we can count more than one plural : more than one three apples Countable nouns only one singular: only.
QUANTIFIERS. SOME / ANY / NO Some +uncountable/plural countable nouns Is used in affirmative sentences and in questions when we offer something or ask.
If a good cook could cook cookies how many cookies could a good cook cook?
COUNTABLES UNCOUNTABLES COUNTABLES - UNCOUNTABLES COUNTABLES - UNCOUNTABLES Countable nouns are nouns which can be counted and can be in the singular.
There is a cake in the kitchen. פורית אברמוב. There are some meat in the refrigerator. פורית אברמוב.
Many We use many with count nouns How many apples are there? There arent many apples. QUESTIONS AND NEGATIVES.
Food Much/many/little/few. Much or many? We must eat … nuts. We must drink … water. He has … friends. Do you eat … bread? Fats give you … energy. You.
King Abdul Aziz University ELI New Headway Plus Elementary By: Fariha Kamal Ennajah.
Count nouns one bananas Two bananas Four bananas.
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,
Primary 3 English by Lam OI Yee 2003 Countable nouns & Uncountable nouns 4 Dr Catherine F Woo Memorial Sch.
Make a meal of it! Made by Vera Kartashova Based on Spotlight 4 School /15 Moscow.
COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS. that we can count are c o u n t a b l e. Nouns.
1 Countable Nouns A car Two cars A man Three men A house Five houses A student Two students A pen Three pens A chair Six chairs..
COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS MUCH, MANY, SOME, ANY.
Unit 14 There isn’t any bread in the kitchen. carrots milk chicken cheese tomatoes fishpineapples potatoes bread coconuts water rice lemons eggs chocolates.
© 2015 albert-learning.com Quantifier 3. © 2015 albert-learning.com Quantifier 3 Quantifiers state precisely or suggest approximately the amount or the.
R ： words R ： chant A: let’s talk 活： P18 精： p18.
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!
PREPOSITIONS OF TIME AT/ IN/ ON/ DURING/ AFTER/ BEFORE/ FROM… TILL, UNTIL, TO/ AGO.
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