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Головне меню порталу

Some , any, no, a lot (of), much, many with countable and uncountable nouns

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Опис методичного матеріалу:

1) Choose the correct answer. How many or How much?

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1. How manyHow much sugar do you usually eat?

2. How muchHow many apples are there in the bag?

3. How muchHow many cups of tea do you need?

2) Choose the right word for each sentence.

1.

Are there

  • many

  • much

  • a lot

mistakes in your dictation?

2.

We don't have

  • many

  • much

  • a lot

rain in summer.

3.

There isn't

  • many

  • a lot

  • much

industry in my city.

3) Choose the right word for each sentence.

1. I'd like

  • some

  • any water.

2. Have you got

  • some

  • any

  • brothers or sisters?

3. Can I have

  • any

  • some

  • coffee, please?

4. Would you like

  • any

  • some tea?

4) Choose the correct answer for each sentence.

1. She doesn't like ___ sugar in her tea.

  • some

  • any

2. How ___ salt do we have?

  • much

  • many

3. There are ___ pupils in the classroom.

  • much

  • a lot of

5) Write the words missing.

1) Some or any?

Are there peaches?

2) Much or many?

How people are there in your family?

3) A lot of or no?

Cows eat grass.

6) Choose the right sentence.

1.

  • I met much interesting people during my travel last summer.

  • I met a lot of interesting people during my travel last summer.

  • I met a lot interesting people during my travel last summer.

2.

  • I bought a lot of presents for my friends.

  • I bought a lot of present for my friends.

  • I bought much presents for my friends.

3.

  • Not much tourists visit our town.

  • Not many tourists visit our town.

  • Not many tourist visit our town.

7) Choose the right sentence.

1.

  • Has she got some brothers?

  • Has she got any brother?

  • Has she got any brothers?

2.

  • There was no any fruit in the shop.

  • There was no fruit in the shop.

  • There were no fruit in the shop.

3.

  • Would you like any fruit?

  • Would you like no fruit?

  • Would you like some fruit?

8) Read the questions below and choose the right answers.

1. How many mistakes are there in his home work? — Not much.Yes, there are.A lot.

2. Can you buy some fruit for me? — Yes, she can.I'm sorry, she can't.Sure, I can.

3. Are there any letters for me? — Yes, there is one.Yes, it is one.Yes, there isn't.

9) Read the dialogue below. Decide if the statements below are true or false.

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— Let’s cook something for dinner, Jack.
— OK, I don’t mind. How about some tasty salad?
— Good. Will you help me?
— Sure, Mum. What do we need for the salad?
— We need some chicken and some boiled potatoes.
— How much chicken do we need?
— I think this piece is enough.
— And how many potatoes do we need?
— Four. Also we need some tomatoes.
— Do we need any cucumbers?
— No, my dear. We need no cucumbers at all. Can you pass me some salt?
— Here you are.
— Thank you. Now pass me the oil, please.
— How much oil do we need?
— Not much. That will do. We also need some seasoning. Now take a spoon and mix everything. Our salad is ready.
— Great! It must be delicious!

1. The family will have salad for breakfast. — TRUEFALSE

2. They need a potato for the salad. — TRUEFALSE

3. They don't need any cucumbers for the salad. — TRUEFALSE

4. They add some salt. — FALSETRUE

10) Change the sentences below following the example.

Example: There isn't any food in the fridge. — There's no food in the fridge.

There is no food in the fridge. — There isn't any food in the fridge.

1. She hasn't got any brothers or sisters.

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2. There is no reason to do that.

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3. He didn't have any idea.

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