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  1. Unit 4 Food andRestaurants Grammar Booster Review and Aswer key Lessons 1 and 2

  2. Non-count nouns: categories and verb agreementA Complete each sentence with the correct form of the verb.1. Coffee __________ (be) my favorite beverage.2. Rice __________ (be) very good for you, even when you are sick.3. Mathematics __________ (create) problems for many students, but not for me!4. Influenza __________ (cause) pain and fever.5. Darkness __________ (frighten) some people, but I don’t know why.6. Medical advice __________ (help) people decide what to do about their health.B Complete the following sentences with a or an. If the noun is a non-count noun, write na X.1. He has __________ diabetes.2. She would like to eat __________ banana.3. “__________ apple a day keeps the doctor away.”4. Would you like __________ appetizer?5. There’s __________ egg on the shelf.6. Does the restaurant serve __________ rice with the chicken?7. He always gives __________ good advice.8. My family loves __________ music.

  3. Non-count nouns: expressing quantities • C Complete each statemente with a countable quantity. (More than one phrase of quantity may be possible.) • Liquids • This soup is so creamy. I has two __________ milk in it. • She must be very thirsty. This is her third __________ water. • My car has a big gas tank. It holds __________ gas. Solids 4. I ate _________ cheese and now I feel sick. • A club sandwich doesn’t have two __________ bread. It has three _______ bread. • I like my tea sweet. Please put in __________ sugar. Questions with How much or How many D Complete each question with How much or How many. 1 __________ bread do we need? 2 __________ salt did you put in the beef stew? 3 __________ hot pepper do you like? 4 __________ spoonfuls of sugar do you want in your tea? 5 __________ oil should I put in this salad? 6 __________ cheese is there in the fridge? 7 __________ slices of bread do you want? 8 __________ cups of coffee did you drink?

  4. Plural count nouns: spelling rules E Write the plural form of the following count nouns. 1. clam __________ 4. olive __________ 7. french fry __________ 2. snack __________ 5. spoonful __________ 8. sandwich __________ 3. cup __________ 6. pear __________ 9. vegetable __________ 10. potato __________ Some and Any A Change the folowing sentences from the affirmative to negative. Follow the example. There is some coffee in the kitchen. There isn’t any coffee in the kitchen. 1. There are some onions on the table. ____________________________________ 2. We have some cookies. _______________________________________________ 3. They need some onions for the soup. ___________________________________ 4. She’s buynig some fruit at the market. __________________________________ 5. The Reeds want some eggs for breakfast. ________________________________ 6. I want some butter on my sandwich. ____________________________________ 7. There is some chicken in the fridge. _____________________________________ 8. They need some cheese for the pasta. ___________________________________

  5. B Complete each sentence with some or any. • I don’t want __________ more coffee, thank you. • There isn’t __________ salt in this soup. • We don’t see __________ sandwiches on the menu. • They need __________ sugar for their tea. • The restaurant is making __________ pies for the party. • It’s too bad that there isn’t __________ soup. • I don’t see __________ menus on those tables. • There are __________ eggs for the omelette. ANSWER KEY A 1. is 2. is 3. creates 4. causes 5. frightens 6. helps B 1. X 2. a 3. An 4. an 5. an 6. X 7. X 8. X C 1. cups of 2. glass of 3. eighteen gallons 4. three pieces of 5. slices of/slices of 6. three spoonfuls of D 1. How much 2. How much 3. How much 4. How many 5. How much 6. How much 7. How many 8. How many

  6. E 1. clams 2. snacks 3. cups 4. olives 5. spoonfuls 6. pears 7. french fries 8. sandwiches 9. vegetables 10. potatoes A 1. There aren’t any onions on the table. 2. We don’t have any cookies. 3. They don’t need any onions for the soup. 4. She isn’t buying any fruit at the market. 5. The Reeds don’t want any eggs for breakfast. 6. I don’t want any butter on my sandwich. 7. There isn’t any chicken in the fridge. 8. They don’t need any cheese for the pasta. B 1. any 2. any 3. any 4. some 5. some 6. any 7. any 8. some THE END!