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4. Countable nounsCOUNTABLE NOUNS
I eat a banana every day.
I like bananas.
“banana” is a countable noun.
5. CoUNTable nounsCOUNTABLE NOUNS
noun can be
1. singular (banana) or
2. plural (bananas)
Countable nouns are things we can count.
So we can say ‘one banana’ ,‘two bananas’
6. CoUNTable nounsCOUNTABLE NOUNS
Examples of countable nouns
7. CoUNTable nounsCOUNTABLE NOUNS
We add -es to most nouns in -o:
But we just add -s to:
8. CoUNTable nounsCOUNTABLE NOUNS
Singular to plural -EN
9. Countable nounsCOUNTABLE NOUNS
10. UNCountable nounsUNCOUNTABLE NOUNS
I eat rice every day.
I like rice and cereal.
“rice” is an uncountable noun.
“cereal” is uncountable too.
11. Uncountable nounsUNCOUNTABLE NOUNS
uncountable noun has only one
nouns are things we
cannot say ‘one rice’, ‘two rices’,
12. uncountable nounsUNCOUNTABLE NOUNS
Examples of uncountable nouns:
13. SOME – ANY – NO – A LOT OFSOME
* When the quantity / amount is uncertain
* Positive sentences.
* For questions, if the answer is expected to be
I have some friends.
The children have some free time.
Please buy some bananas.
Would you like some cake?
14. SOME – ANY – NO – A LOT OFANY
* Negative sentences.
* Ask questions.
Do you have any friends in Autralia?
They don't have any money today.
My brother never does any bad things.
15. SOME – ANY – NO – A LOT OFNO
* Positive sentences with negative meaning.
There is no coffee left in the coffee pot.
We have no milk for breakfast.
They have no family in London.
16. SOME – ANY – NO – A LOT OFA LOT OF
* Substitutes MANY and MUCH
* Positive and negative sentences and questions.
Look! There are a lot of dogs in the street today.
I have a lot of time to answer your questions.
There are a lot of people waiting in the queue.
Do you have a lot of fun when you watch films?
Put in a / an or some.
I read ______ book and listen to _____ music at the weekend.
I need _____ money . I want to buy _____ food.
We usually meet _____ interesting people at the office parties.
I’m going to open _____ window to get _____ fresh air.
She doesn't eat
a much for lunch – only a______ apple and _____
We live in _____ big house.
There’s _____ nice
garden with _____ beautiful trees.
I’m going to make _____table . First I need _____
Listen to me carefully . I’m goingsome
to give you _____ advice.
I want to write asome
letter . I need _____paper and _____ pen.
I’d like to eat _____ cookies.
I’d like some / any help.
There aren’t some / any letters for you.
Have you got some / any brothers or sisters?
She’s got some / any interesting friends.
Are there some / any restaurants near here?
I’m having some / any problems with my car.
I don’t have some / any breakfast on Saturday.
We need some / any more milk.
He hasn’t got some / any work for a year now.
Do you know some / any Canadian singer?
19. fill in the gaps with Some, Any, or no:FILL IN THE GAPS WITH SOME, ANY, OR NO:
Ann has _________candies.
Bill doesn't have _________money.
Sue will give us _________information.
There is _____________
milk in the fridge.
There isn't ________________
butter in the fridge.
SOME of his friends came. Not all of them.
There isn't ______
ANY food in the refrigerator, is there?
We are broke. We have ________money
to buy grandpa a gift.
Don't you know the proverb: "________
news is good news"?
Sorr. I'm busy. I have _______
NO time to chat with you now.
There aren't ______
ANY books on this topic in the
I gave him ______
SOME medicine for his headache,
so he feels much better now.
He doesn't want _____
ANY food, for he's on a diet.
We are taking a short bus ride. There's ______
time for a long one.
The poor man has ______
food to eat. He's
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