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Our favourite food Chapter 2, Book 2B Longman Welcome to English
Look ! There is an egg. eggan s Look ! There are some eggs.
Look ! There is an orange. orangeans Look ! There _____________. are some oranges
Look ! There is a tomato. tomato a es There are ____________. some tomato es
What are these? potatoes There are ____________. some potato es some
What are these? carrot s There are ____________. some carrot s some
What are these? grapes There are ____________. some grape s some
What is this? butter There _______________. isbutter some
What is this? sugar Look! There ____________. is sugar some
Countable nouns( ) Make a inclusion Uncountable nouns( ) eggs tomatoes poatoes oranges grapes carrots butter flour sugar
Countable nouns( ) eggs tomatoes poatoes oranges grapes carrots There are some …. There are some eggs. There are some carrots.
There is some …. There is some butter. There is some flour. Uncountable nouns( ) butter flour sugar
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1. 我喜欢苹果. I like apples. ( 否定句 ) I don’t like apples. 2. 他喜欢香蕉。 He likes bananas. He doesn ’ t like bananas. Does he like bananas? 3.-- 他喜欢米饭吗？ -- 是，他喜欢。他喜欢米饭.
OBJECTIVES Countable and uncountable nouns Countable nouns Things I can count Three oranges Two oranges.
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