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Choose the correct answer. Orange is my __________ colour. I don’t like it. less favourite least favourite more favourite more favourite than
Choose the correct answer. What’s the __________ moutain you’ve climbed? high higher highest more high
Choose the correct answer. I’m a lot _________ than him. I’m only 12. younger youngest more young the younger
Choose the correct answer. I can’t run any ________. I’m too tired. far the farthest more far farther
Click on the uncountable nouns. yoghurt cereal pizza flour sugar orange egg butter milk bread salt coffee water rice apple
Choose the correct answer. I have to delete some files. _________ space do you need? How much How many Much Many
Choose the correct answer. My teacher gave me _____ homework and I now understand the degrees of adjectives. a few little lots of a lot
COUNTABLE NOUNS & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS Nouns can be: Countable 4 Uncountable.
QUANTIFIERS How to “count” in English…. COUNTABLE NOUNS Have singular & plural (car / cars) You can count them (a car/ three cars / some cars)
Countable / uncountable nouns. There are 2 kinds of noun in English: Countable Things you can count (singular or plural) One apple, two apples, three.
Adjectives of Quantity They show the quantity of a certain thing. 1. a lot of, plenty of, many, much 2. few, a few 3. little, a little 4. some.
Count nouns one bananas Two bananas Four bananas.
Count uncount nouns page 66 I like- I’d like- much-many- food – polite request Uncount nouns We use some – any – much – is Chocolate is delicious. I want.
MANY / MUCH, LITTLE / FEW. COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS. Grammar.
3 rd ESO Countable nouns & Uncountable nouns Countable nouns e.g. I eat a banana every day. I like bananas. “Banana” is a countable noun.
1 There are no apples. There aren’t any apples. There is an apple. There is one apple. There are a few apples. There are some apples. There are many apples.
What is a countable noun? A noun that can be counted is called a countable noun. EX: an apple/ two apples, a dog/ two dogs/ a book, books, one bottle,
REVISION Lesson Four Food. carrot ice-cream apples pizza chicken cheese mushroom peas bananas
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!
TEACHER: KHALIDA RUSTAMOVA GRADE: 5 Theme: “FOOD”.
Countable & uncountable nouns an apple things we can count more than one plural : more than one three apples Countable nouns only one singular: only.
Unit 9: Food You Like! Countable nouns & Uncountable nouns.
How much and how many A noun can be countable or uncountable Let’s see the COUNTABLE NOUNS.
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.
Eating habits Chapter 3, Book 5B Longman Welcome to English Teacher: Donnaliu.
There is There are a lot of a few a little Countable noun Uncountable noun.
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,
GOOD MORNING. Today’s lesson: Create emotion:
Traveller 1 By: Sulaiman Al Mohawes
Unit 4 Food and Restaurants Lesson 25 Meat and Fish.
İSTANBUL ÜNİVERSİTESİ AÇIK VE UZAKTAN EĞİTİM FAKÜLTESİ İNGİLİZCE YABANCI DİL-1.
©isagms80 Good morning ! I'm hungry ! What's for breakfast ? Listen and repeat.
Book p.2 Pizza, chips, Spaghetti, rice. We think all these things are nice. We like any kind of noodles. We eat noodles by the oodles. Fruit and greens.
NONCOUNT NOUNS examples COUNT NOUNS examples COUNT AND NONCOUNT NOUNS practice.
WELCOME BACK….. GRAMMAR LESSON 2: Countable and Uncountable nouns.
Unit 4 Let’s go shopping! (much/many. Some/any. A few, a little, a lot of. Articles. Shopping. Prices)
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..
Too many & Too much. For example: Too many Too many = more than enough I only need two apples. There are too many apples.
Countable and Uncountable nouns Countable nouns -These nouns can be counted. an apple seven apples a flower two flowers.
Countable and Uncountable Nouns Počitatelná a nepočitatelná podstatná jména.
Food and Drink Dinner time Countable and Uncountable Countable nouns are those nouns we can count: an/one egg, two eggs. Uncountable nouns are those.
Twenty Questions Countable and uncountable nouns.
My favourite food. Food Food Favourite food Favourite food My favourite food My favourite food My favourite food is My favourite food is My favourite.
Talking about quantity Chapters 4 & 5, Book 5B New Welcome to English Second Edition.
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.
Correct the mistakes 1.How many rice do they have? 2.How many pasta does she eat? 3.How much eggs do you buy? 4.How much bananas does he have? 5.Is there.
By Milton P. Jr.
Квітковська Ольга Анатоліївна вчитель англійської мови СЗОШ І-ІІІ ступенів № 2 м. Яготина.
English Language Quantifiers. Discuss with your neighbour. Compare the difference between the ingredients on Mary’s recipe and those on John’s.
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 …
If a good cook could cook cookies how many cookies could a good cook cook?
Some of us like brown bread, Some of us like white, Some of us eat a lot of meat, Some don’t think it’s right. Some of us like apples, Some drink juice.
Decomposing Numbers Addition Facts © Math As A Second Language All Rights Reserved next 1 to 10 KOA 3.
I‘m not a vegetarian, so I eat meat. I like mum‘s gingerbread very much, but I don‘t like fish, beans and dill sauce with potatoes or dumplings. I like.
Much cheese much butter much meat much bread. much milk much sausage much salad much fruits.
Countable Nouns and How Many/Much?. Countable Nouns (regular) Apple Pencil Glass Teacher Student Letter Watch Ash Book Apples Pencils Glasses Teachers.
Countable and uncountable nouns Countable NounsUncountable nouns can be counted Two restaurants / many hotels can be singular or plural A hotel / three.
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