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Adverbs of quantity. With count nouns & noncount nouns. With count nouns There are too many cars. There should be fewer cars. We need more subway lines. There are n’t enough buses. With noncount nouns There is too much traffic. There should be less pollution.

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adverbs of quantity

Adverbs of quantity

With count nouns & noncount nouns

Claudia de la Torre/Los Altos 2006

adverbs of quantity1
With count nouns

There are too many cars.

There should befewercars.

We need more subway lines.

There aren’tenough buses

With noncount nouns

There is too much traffic.

There should be less pollution.

We need more public transportation.

There isn’tenough parking.

Adverbs of quantity

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count nouns
Count nouns
  • Count nouns have a plural form –usually with –s – because they are considered separate and countable things
  • A car, two cars

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noncount nouns
Noncount nouns
  • Noncount nouns do not have a plural form because they are impossible to separate and count
  • Traffic (not one traffic, two traffics)

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count or noncount nouns
Count or noncount nouns?

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Count nouns:

There are

+

too many/few, fewer

Noncount nouns:

There is

+

too much/little, less

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transportation problems
Transportation problems
  • There aren’tenough / too few police officers.
  • There should befewercars in the city.
  • There isn’t enough / too little public transportation.
  • The government needs to build morehighways.
  • There should be less noise.

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streetlight

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traffic light

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traffic jam

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more transportation problems
…more transportation problems

6. We should have more public parking garages.

7. There is too much air pollution in the city.

8. There are too many cars parked on the streets

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parking garage
parking garage

parking garage

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parking lot
parking lot

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not knowing how to park
Not knowing how to park…

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subway
subway

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subway station
subway station

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SUBWAY sandwiches !

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