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Module Tutor: Jan Martin, Larry Brown Name: Mayada Alharbi p12003386
Quantifiers: many, much a little, a few, and enough
Many We use many with plural countable nouns. We usually use many in questions: How many brothers have you got?
Many We can use many negative sentences: I have not got many CDs
Much we use much with uncountable nouns in questions: How much money do you have in your purse?
Much We can negative sentences: You have not got much coffee in your cup
A few & A little We use a few with plural countable noun we use a little with uncountable noun
A few & A little Both mean small a mount or quantity and have a positive connotation
Practice 1: Are the things countable or un countable and put it in sentence?
Flour Countable uncountable
Uncountable There is much flour to make a cake
Burgers Countable uncountable
Countable There are many burgers in the table
Referances: http://www.taipolst.edu.hk/netstudy/eng/eng_selfstud y/p2/P2CountableNouns_and_UncountableNouns.ppt http://www.taipolst.edu.hk/netstudy/eng/eng_selfstud y/p2/P2CountableNouns_and_UncountableNouns.ppt http://www.slideshare.net/begonya297/countable-and- http://www.slideshare.net/begonya297/countable-and- uncountable-nouns-presentation Jim,S.(2010)Teaching English Grammar.Oxford:Adrian,U,pp.57- 59.
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