A Few/ A little. A Few with count nouns. A Little with uncount nouns. e.g. There are a few oranges left, but not many. Can you give me a little help?. A lot / Lots. We use a lot of/lots of with bothcount and uncount nouns:
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1. a, an = indefinite article
know which supermarket.
___ boy is twenty- two and __ girl is nineteen.
2. Mike is ___soldier in __Army, and Chloe is at __ university.
3. My wife goes to __work by __ train. She’s __ accountant. I don’t have __ job. I stay at __home and look after__ children.
4. What __ lovely day! Why don’t we go for __picnic in __ park?
5. ‘What did you have for ___ lunch?’ ‘Just __ sandwich.’
the boy is twenty- two and the girl is nineteen.
2. Mike is a soldier in the Army, and Chloe is at the university.
3. My wife goes to __work by __train. She’s an accountant. I don’t have a job. I stay at __home and look after the children.
4. What a lovely day! Why don’t we go for a picnic in the park?
5. ‘What did you have for __lunch?’ ‘Just a sandwich.’
I am looking for this month’s edition of
Vogue. Can you tell me Where is it?