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Quantifiers. Subject: English Teacher: Andreia Deluca. Noun ( o substantivo ). Perhaps the words most frequently used are those by which we identify someone or something. These labels, or name words, are called nouns . A noun names a person, place, thing, or idea .

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quantifiers

Quantifiers

Subject: English

Teacher: Andreia Deluca

noun o substantivo
Noun ( o substantivo)
  • Perhaps the words most frequently used are those by which we identify someone or something. These labels, or name words, are called nouns.
  • A noun names a person, place, thing, or idea.
  • A NOUN has gender ( male , female, neuter) and number (singular and plural forms)
countables and uncountables
COUNTABLES and UNCOUNTABLES
  • BRUSH
  • STRAWBERRY
  • SKY
  • CLOUD
  • COUNTRY
  • DOLLAR
  • PEOPLE
  • CHILDREN
  • WOMAN
  • AIR
  • MONEY
  • HAPPINESS
  • INFORMATION
  • BREAD
  • FREEDOM
  • SUGAR
  • ELECTRICITY
  • CHEESE
quantifiers1
Quantifiers
  • They are used to express quantity.
  • Their use depends on the nouns classification : Countable or Uncountable.

TAKE A LOOK…

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MUCH (muito (a)

MANY (muitos(as)

FORMAS ENFÁTICAS

  • VERY MUCH / VERY MANY
  • (MUITÍSSIMO) (MUITISSIMOS)
        • TOO MUCH / TOO MANY-

( DEMAIS )

USADO:

ANTES DE SUBSTANTIVOS INCONTÁVEIS, OU SEJA, QUE NÃO SÃO CONTADOS POR UNIDADE E QUE NÃO TÊM PLURAL

USADO:

ANTES DE SUBSTANTIVOS CONTÁVEIS , OU SEJA, PODEM SER CONTADOS UM A UM, TÊM PLURAL

USADO PARA AMBOS

A lotof

Lots of

Plenty of

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FEW

(poucos (as)

LITTLE

( pouco (a)

USADO:

ANTES DE SUBSTANTIVOS INCONTÁVEIS

USADO:

ANTES DE SUBSTANTIVOS CONTÁVEIS

A LITTLE:

ALGUM (A)

A FEW:

ALGUNS (AS)

FORMAS ENFÁTICAS:

  • VERY FEW / VERY LITTLE

(MUITO POUCOS/ MUITO POUCO)

special case
Special Case
  • VERY muito, muita

Used before an ADJECTIVE

Example:

She is very tired. We are very intelligent.

She is many tired We are much intelligent.

incorrect

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Read the nouns and classify them :

RAIN- HOTEL- TABLE- COFFEE- BREAD- CHOCOLATE- DAY-CHAIR- MILK- HOUSE- ADVICE- STAMP- PETROL- SNOW- MISTAKE- QUESTION- WATER- MONEY- CHICKEN- CHEESE- PHOTO- TREE- BUTTER- HORSE- PENCIL- CAKE- PAPER- CAR- RICE- NIGHT- FAMILY- TEACHER- SAND- JUICE- SHEEP- TOOTH- CHERRY- BOY - WOOD- CELL - RAIN- ELECTRICITY – HAPPINESS- AIR – FOOD-BAG

  • COUNTABLE NOUNS UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS
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