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Countable Nouns. A car Two cars. A man Three men. A house Five houses. A student Two students. A pen Three pens. A chair Six chairs. Uncountable Nouns. Money. Water. Salt. Paper. Rain. Sand. Bread. Music. Honey. Milk. Tea.

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Countable Nouns

A car Two cars

A man Three men

A house Five houses

A student Two students

A pen Three pens

A chair Six chairs..

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Uncountable Nouns

Money

Water

Salt

Paper

Rain

Sand

Bread

Music

Honey

Milk

Tea

Sugar..

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A piece of cheese

Some Examples

A bowl of rice

A bar of chocolate

A cup of tea

A bottle of milk..

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Put in a /an or some

1- We met ..... interesting people at the party.

some

2- I’m going to open ..... window to get .......... fresh air.

a

some

3- She didn’t eat much for lunch, only ...... apple and ....... bread..

some

an

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More examples

4-We live in ...... big house.

a

5-Would you like ........ cheese?..

some

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Countable

Uncountable

A few (students)

A little (water)

Many (books)

Much (money)

A lot of (chairs)

A lot of (milk)..

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C o u n t a b l e

There are a few students in the classroom.

There aren’t many books on the table.

There are a lot of chairs at the front of the classroom..

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Uncountable

There is a little water in the kettle.

I haven’t got much money.

There is a lot of milk in the kitchen..

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Some / Any / No

I have some money.

Do you have any money?

I don’t have any money.

I have no money.

There are some students at the bus-stop..

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MORE EXAMPLES

There aren’t any students at the bus-stop.

There are no students at the bus-stop..

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Fill in the blanks using much-many-a lot of

1-There aren’t ....... empty seats in the theatre.

many

2-Is there ........ meat in the fridge?

much

3-There isn’t ..... wine in the bottle.

much

4-There are ....... leaves on the ground.

a lot of

5- There is ...... tea in the tea pot..

a lot of

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Fill in the blanks using

a lot of-a little - a few

1-My aunt is very rich. She has got ..... money..

a lot of

2-The workmen are very thirsty but they have only ............. water

a little

3-He doesn’t have many friends in this city. He only has ............. friends.

a few

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Fill in the blanks using some-any-no

1-We had ....... tea, but there wasn’t ..... sugar.

some

any

2-There isn’t ....... boot-polish in this tin.

any

3-This classroom is empty. There are ...... students ..

no

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Choose the correct sentence

A) I haven’t got many homework.

B) I haven’t got much homework.

A) I haven’t got many homework.

B) I haven’t got much homework.

A) Are there much people in this building?

B) Are there many people in this building?

A) Are there much people in this building?

B) Are there many people in this building?

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There isn’t much water in the bottle

There isn’t many water in the bottle

There isn’t much water in the bottle