10 What is a quantifiers? It’s an expression that express quantity. Quantifiers can be a single word or a phrase and are used with nouns .They can be used with both a countable or an uncountable noun to express amount or quantity .Some , much , many , few , little , a lot , half , three , etc., are common quantifiers.Quantifiers answer the questions "How many?" and "How much?"
11 Countables Nouns Countables Nouns Many Many Few* Few* A few** A few** I don´t have many applesFew*We know few people in the area. I would like to get to know moreA few**We know a few people in the area. I know enough people to keep me happyCountables NounsManyI don´t have many applesFew*We know few people in the area. I would like to get to know moreA few**We know a few people in the area. I know enough people to keep me happy
12 Uncountable Nouns Much I don´t have much money. Little* I know little English. I’m going to have problem getting around England.A little**I know a little English, at least enough to get England.
13 *few/little - means that is not enough of something. ** a few /a little - means that there are not a lot of something, but there is enough.
14 A LOT OF / LOT OFThese phrases are mainly used in informal English. lots of sounds a bit more informal than a lot of. Both forms are used in singular and in plural sentences.Example : A lot of water is wasted. ( singular) Lots of water is wasted.A lot of computers are needed at schools. ( plural) Lots of computers are needed at schools.