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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
Talking about quantity Chapters 4 & 5, Book 5B New Welcome to English Second Edition.
We use: There is……… when just one. There are……..for more than one.
Many We use many with count nouns How many apples are there? There arent many apples. QUESTIONS AND NEGATIVES.
bananas a banana a hamburger hamburgers a tomato tomatoes.
Count nouns one bananas Two bananas Four bananas.
What Do You Want? Broccoli, chocolate, Cabbages, oranges, Yum, yum, yum. Tomatoes, potatoes, Carrots, peppers, Yum, yum, yum. Come and look at these,
Lets chant! A: Would you like some ? Would you like some ? B: No, thanks. No, thanks. Its horrible. A: Would you like some ? Would you like some ? B:
________________? Yes, there is. Is there a hamburger on the plate?
TOPIC: FOOD AND DRINKS FOOD: BANANA APPLE ORANGE BREAD CHEESE HAMBURGER TOMATOES POTATOES CHOCOLATE CAKE -Spaghetti -ICE CREAM.
2B Unit 6 Eating and drinking. Look and say What do you want? I want a hot dog.
Countable and Uncountable nouns Much & Many. a family an animal two buses a pair of shoes.
55. Do you know? milk flour butter garlic onion cabbage donut salt.
INSTRUCTIONS Have students memorize the picture displayed on slide 3. Then provide sts with the example on slide 4 and have them in pairs, ask and answer.
We use « how many » for countable nouns: How many eggs do we need? How many cars are there? How many children are coming? We use « how much » for uncountable.
Unit 4 Food and Restaurants Lesson 25 Meat and Fish.
Tag-Questions or Question Tags Statement Sentences with short questions at the end with a question mark!
To revise the vocabulary on the topic “Food and Drinks” To develop skills in grammar: countable and uncountable nouns; modal verb should To.
© Juan Manuel Sánchez Garrido 2008 A lot of / Much / Many Has she got many friends? Yes, she's got a lot of friends. Is there much ham on the plate? No,
I like I would like bananas apples pears onions a banana an apple a pear an onion some bananas some apples some pears some onions cheese rice milk coffee.
SomeAnyNo. Contents Some. The Rule Some. The Rule Any. The Rule Any. The Rule No. The Rule No. The Rule Exercise 1 Exercise 1 Exercise 2 Exercise 2.
Our favourite food Chapter 2, Book 2B Longman Welcome to English.
QUANTIFIERS. Quantifiers are words that are used to state quantity or amount of something without stating the exact number.
Quantifiers. With plural count Nouns Many Many Several Several A few A few few few.
Unit 8 Id like some noodles. What does this little girl look like? She is short. She has short straight black hair. She has big eyes. She is in red.
Unit 4 Food Comic strip & Welcome to the unit 1. Mid-autumn Festival chicken 2. Chinese New Year cakes 3. Thanksgiving Day pumpkin pies 4. Halloween.
Where can I buy…?. Where can I buy A book? You can buy a book at the….
Apple. hamburger rice Two bananas Module 5 Unit 13 The Food and Drink We Like.
I have You have He has She has. I have You have He has She has.
Unit 4 Food Reading 1 What we eat and how we live.
Too or enough. « Enough » goes after adjectives and adverbs: He didnt pass his exam because he didnt study (hard) enough. She cant get married until shes.
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