B. Fill the blank spaces with much or many.
How much oranges did you buy?
How much does it cost?
How much presents did they buy?
How many cars has she got?
How much times have you been there?
How many sugar do you need?
How much children do they have?
How many hours do you usually sleep?
How much people went to the concert?
How many cups of coffee do youdrink?
How much did you pay for the dress?
How many cheese have you got?
How many chairs are there in the room?
How much wine did you drink?
How many potatoes shall I peel?
How much days does a leap year have?
How much is a kilo of tomatoes?
How many flour do we need for the pie?
Affirmative, negative and interrogative (uncountable and plural nouns)Ex: I’ve got a lot of books. I haven’t got a lot of sugar. Have you got a lot of cds?
Interrogative and negative (uncountable nouns)
Examples: How much milk is there? There isn’t much.
Affirmative, interrogative and negative (plural nouns).
Examples: I have many apples. How many spoons are there? There aren’t many.
Affirmative (uncountable andplural) It is also used in questions for offers and requests.
Examples: I want some honey. I have some oranges.
Would you like some sugar in your coffee? Can I drink some water?
Interrogative and negative (uncountable and plural)
Examples: Have you got any wine? No, I haven’t got any.
Has she got any potatoes? No, she hasn´t got any.Affirmative, negative and interrogative (plural nouns).
Examples: I’ve got few books. Have you got few apples? Yes, I’ve got few.
Affirmative, negative and interrogative (uncountable nouns).
Examples: I’ve got little flour. Has she got little jam? Yes, she´s got little.
A. Fill in the blanks with some or any:
There isn't some butter in the refrigerator, is there?
I bought any peas andsome beans at the supermarket.
We don't have any eggs to make an omelette.
We must go to the bank. We need ___ some money.
There isn’t any honey in the jar but you can have some jam.
There are some people waiting outside the cinema.
I haven’t any salt. Could you lend me any?
I bought her some flowers for her 40th birthday.
We haven’t any cherries but there are some strawberries.
Are thereany English books in the library?
There were some mistakes in the dictation you made last Monday.
Would you like any cream in your coffee?
They never drink any beer. They don’t like it.
Could you lend me some money to buy the newspaper?
Are there some children playing in the park?
There isn’t any rice left. We should go to the supermarket and buy ______ .
Are the following countable oruncountable? Match the pictures with the nouns:
biscuit 13 sugar 5 sweet 8 milk 14 egg 15 butter 2 cheese 12 rice
3 apple 7 chocolate 4 jam 10 ice-cream 1 bread 9 sandwich 11 cherry
Complete the following expressions to make the uncountable nouns below countable:
A bowl of : countable
A jar of uncountable
A jug of uncountable
A piece of countable
A glass of uncountableA kilo of countable
A loaf of uncountable
A bar of countable
( Countable nouns are those which can be counted and they have a plural form:
( Uncountable nouns can´t be counted and are always used in the singular:
Ex: tea, coffee.
Uncountable nouns can be made countable using certain expressions:
Ex: A packet of sugar
A can of coke
A bar of goldLITTLE
A LOT OF
Read through this dialogue between Peter, Jane and the waiter in a restaurant. In each box choose between "some" and "any".
WAITER: Would you like to order now?
JOHN: Yes, we are ready to order.
LARA: Do you have any fish soup?
WAITER: No, we don't have some I'm sorry. We have some tomato soup left though. Would you like any?...