Are these nouns countable or uncountable?: lemonade tomatoes sausages potatoes dog food oranges onions coffee butter bread crisps chips orange juice ham beans fruit fish peas
Countable Uncountable tomatoes sausages potatoes oranges onions crisps chips beans peas lemonade dog food coffee butter bread orange juice ham fish fruit
Correct if it is necessarry a apple some water some book two dog an orange an oil two bottle of water an apple pie a loaf of bread an apple ok a book two dogs ok some oil two bottles of water ok
How much? or How many? 1)...........bread do we need? 2)...........bottles of lemonade do we need? 3)...........students are there in your classroom? 4)...........sweets do you eat in a week? 5)...........water is there in the saucepan? 6)...........money have you got?
Correct answers 1) How much bread do we need? 2) How many bottles of lemonade do we need? 3) How many students are there in your classroom? 4) How much sweets do you eat in a week? 5) How much water is there in the saucepan? 6) How much money have you got?
a bit of or a few? apples juice youghurt peas milk potatoes salt flour a few apples a bit of juice a bit of youghurt a few peas a bit of milk a few potatoes a bit of salt a bit of flour