Presentation on theme: "+ Unit 7B: Page 75. + Pollution Pollute (verb) Smoke pollutes the air. Pollution (noun) There is a lot of pollution in LA. Polluted (adj.) The air is."— Presentation transcript:
+ Pollution Pollute (verb) Smoke pollutes the air. Pollution (noun) There is a lot of pollution in LA. Polluted (adj.) The air is very polluted.
+ Pollution How much pollution is there in Busan? How much pollution is there in Ulsan? How much pollution is there in Jeju? How polluted is China? How polluted is Japan? Pollution Polluted a lot of very some pretty not much / not very / not any a little not any not
+ Traffic Traffic (noun)- The number of cars Heavy/Light (adj.) Rush hour (noun) – The time when there is a lot of traffic because people are going to and from work. Traffic jam (noun) – Very slow traffic. To be stuck in traffic (verb) – So much traffic that you can’t move Flow (verb) – To move Describe the 2 pictures
+ Traffic It’s rush hour Traffic flows slowly There is heavy traffic
+ Traffic Traffic is light Traffic flows pretty well
+ Transportation Transportation (noun) A way of moving from place to place Public transportation (noun) Transportation that all people can use. The bus is a form of public transportation. Affordable (adj.) Not expensive The bus in Busan is affordable. I like it! What are some other forms of transportation? What form of transportation do you usually use?
Weather cold cool warm hot severe mild pleasant hot and humid
+ Weather (adj.) humid – a lot of water in the air (n.) humidity – how much water is in the air. Eg: In the summer the weather is hot and humid. ( 습도 / 습한 / 습기 ) (adj.) pleasant – nice Eg: In the spring the weather is very pleasant.
+ How many? /How much? Used with nouns that we can count. They can be made plural. (Normally by adding an –s) 1 apple, 2 apples, 100 apples We use with “How many…?” Used with nouns that cannot be counted. (There is no plural form) We use with “How much…?” Count Nouns Non Count Nouns
+ Count and Non-Count Nouns Count NounsNon-count nouns
+ How many and How much? A lot of __________s Some ___________s A few/not many ___________s Not any __________s (Not any = Zero / 0) (Numbers…1,2,3 etc.) A lot of ______________ Some _______________ A little/not much __________ Not any ______________ Count Nouns Non-Count Nouns
+ How many…? We use “How many_____s are…there?” with count nouns. We use the plural form of the word in the question. (Don’t forget the –s!) Use “are” How many students are in the picture? How many windows are there?
+ How much…? We use “How much…?” with non count nouns. We use “is” How much traffic is there? How much pollution is there?
+ Practice Questions 1. There are a lot of money/parks. 2. There’s a little fruit/grapes in the basket. 3. There aren’t many books/milk. 4. There isn’t much pollution/mountains. 5. There aren’t any/much cities near here. 6. We use “how much” with count/non-non count nouns. 7. There is/are a great beach near here. 8. There is/are many great beaches in Busan.