# Unit 4 Let’s go shopping! (much/many. Some/any. A few, a little, a lot of. Articles. Shopping. Prices)

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Unit Let’s go shopping! (much/many. Some/any. A few, a little, a lot of. Articles. Shopping. Prices)

Play a game! A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R ST U V W X Y Z
A Yesterday I went shopping and I bought an + apple. B Yesterday I went shopping and I bought an + apple and some bread. C Yesterday I went shopping and I bought an + apple and some bread and a car. D

Let’s play a game! A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R ST U V W X Y Z

The Weekend Shop V. It says here milk. How much milk do we need?
Sarah and Vicky are two students who share a flat. It is Saturday morning, and Sarah has written a shopping list. V. It says here milk. How much milk do we need? S. Two pints. V. And eggs? How many eggs? S. A dozen. V. And what about potatoes? How many potatoes? S. A kilo’s enough. V. And butter? How much? S. Just one packet. milk cheese Eggs coke Potatoes sausages Butter crisps bread tomatoes

The Weekend Shop V. It says here milk. How much milk do we need?
Sarah and Vicky are two students who share a flat. It is Saturday morning, and Sarah has written a shopping list. V. It says here milk. How much milk do we need? S. Two pints. V. And eggs? How many eggs? S. A dozen. V. And what about potatoes? How many potatoes? S. A kilo’s enough. V. And butter? How much? S. Just one packet. milk cheese Eggs coke Potatoes sausages Butter crisps bread tomatoes

Expressions of Quantity
Count and uncount nouns: Count Uncount a cup a girl an apple an egg a pound water sugar milk music money Two waters , one money

Count and uncount nouns
- Count nouns can be singular and plural: This cup is full. These cups are empty. Un count nouns can only be singular: The water is cold. The weather was terrible

Count and uncount nouns
- Count nouns can be singular and plural: This cup is full. These cups are empty How many? Un count nouns can only be singular: The water is cold. The weather was terrible How much?

Count and uncount nouns
We use much with uncount nouns in questions and negatives. - How much money have you got? - There isn’t much milk left? We use many with count nouns in questions and negatives. - How many people were at the party? - I didn’t take many photos on holiday.

Count and uncount nouns Some & any
1. Some is used in positive sentences. I’d like some sugar. 2. Any is used in questions and negatives. - Is there any sugar in this tea? - Have you got any brothers and sisters? - We don’t have any washing-up liquid. I didn’t buy any apples. 3. We use some in questions that are requests or offers. Can I have some cake? Would you like some tea?

Count and uncount nouns Some & any
4. The rules are the same for compounds: someone, anything, anybody, somewhere, etc. - I’ve got something for you. - Hello? Is anybody here? - There isn’t anywhere to go in my town. Some any + thing one/thing where

Listen to the conversation SB, (Ex. 3, p. 31)
Find (7) count nouns (CNs) and (4) uncount nouns (UNs) in the conversation: - (CNs): apples, grapes, vegetables, carrots, onions, crisps, nephews. - (UNs): coffee, tea, orange juice, money

Practice: (SB, p. 31) * Complete the sentences with some or any.
Have you got ______ brothers or sisters? We don’t need______ olive oil. Here are_______ letters for you. I need_______ money. Is there_______ petrol in the car?

Practice: (SB, p. 31) 2. Complete the sentences with much or many.
1. Have you got ______ homework? 2. We don’t need ______eggs. Just half a dozen. 3. Is there_______ traffic in your town? 4. I don’t know _____ students in this class. 5. How_______ people live in your house?

Practice: WB (Ex. 3 p. 31) 3. Some or any?
Complete the sentences with some or any: 1. I haven’t got _____ paper. 2. I’ll buy______ paper when I go to the shops. 3. Is there _______ petrol in the car? 4. Yes. I put_______ in yesterday. 5. I bought________ fruit, but they didn’t have ______vegetables. 6. Do you have______ change on the table a minute ago. 7. I saw_______ change on the table a minute ago. 8. I need _______ help with my homework. Are you free? 9. I don’t have _______ free time today. Sorry. 10. Did you have________ problems with this exercise?

Practice: WB (Ex. 4 p. 31) 4. How much? Or How many?
Write questions with How much? Or How many? 1. We’ve got some eggs. - How many eggs have we got? 2. We need some flour? How much flour do we need. 3. She has a lot of children. _______________________ 4. Can you buy some butter? _____________________ want? 5. Their house has a lot of bedrooms. _________________________________ 6. Some people are coming for a meal on Sunday. _____________________________________ 7. Shakespeare wrote a lot of plays. 8. She earns a fortune! -__________________________________

Practice: SB, (Ex. 5, p. 32) Something, Someone, Somewhere
5. Complete the sentences with the correct word. 1. Did you meet _________ nice at the party? ‘Yes, I met__________ who knows you!’ 2. ‘Ouch! There’s ________ in my eye!’ ‘Let me look. No, I can’t see __________?’ 3. ‘Let’s go_________ hot for our holidays’. ‘But, we can’t go________ that’s so expensive’. 4. ‘I’m so unhappy. ___________loves me.’ ‘I know_______ who loves you. Me.’ 5. I lost my glasses. I looked _______, but I couldn’t find them. 6. ‘Did you buy at the shops?’ ‘No, ____________ I didn’t have any money. 7. I’m bored. I want________ interesting to read, or_________ interesting to go. 8. It was a great party. ___________ loved it. Some any + thing one/thing where

A survey Write the good things and the bad things about living in your town. Ex. Good things; There are a lot of café’s and restaurants, etc. Bad things, But, we haven’t got any good clubs. There aren’t many……… There isn’t any where we can….

Do you enjoy shopping? What do you like shopping for? What don’t you like shopping for?

Writing (WB: Ex. 12, p. 26) 1. First name
* Match the expressions and questions: 1. First name 2. Surname 3. Date of birth 4. Place of birth 5. Permanent address 6. Marital status 7. Occupation 8. Qualifications 9. Hobbies/Interests 10. Tel, no. Are you married or single? What do you do in your free time? What’s your phone number? What’s your first name? What do you do? Where were you born? When were you born? What’s your family name? What degrees, diplomas, certificates, etc. Do you have? Where do you live?

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