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COUNTABLE NOUNS AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS

CAN COUNT CAN’T COUNT

RULES
1. Use SOME for singular nouns
2. Use MUCH in affirmative
3. Use LITTLE in affirmative
4. Use How much for questions.
5. Use ANY for negative and interrogative

1. There is a banana 1. There is some fruit in the bowl.


There is an apple 2. There is much cake for the celebration.
2. There are some apples 3. There is a little ice in the fridge.
There are some bananas 4. How much butter is in the fridge? There is
3. There are many books at the library. a pound of butter.
4. A few students have problems with 5. There isn’t any milk for my chocolate.
internet. Do you buy any rice?
5. How many students do you have in https://youtu.be/7kpff6B2x_Q
class? There are 20 students in my class. https://youtu.be/rS5rfMJvwK4
6. There isn’t any apples. https://youtu.be/yay1OUgMSlo
Do you eat any apples?

Fill the gaps with A/AN/SOME/ ANY and match the sentences to the pictures
1. There is AN apple. 9. There is SOME jam.
2. There are SOME oranges. 10. There isn’t ANY milk.
3. There aren’t ANY eggs. 11. There are SOME bananas.
4. There is SOME butter. 12. There is SOME bread.
5. There isn’t ANY sandwich. 13. There are SOME tomatoes.
6. There is SOME pineapple juice. 14. There isn’t A N Y cheese.
7. There aren’t ANY cakes.
8. There isn’t ANY rice.
Fill the gaps with HOW MUCH or HOW MANY

1. How many potatoes are there?

2. HOW MUCH butter is there?

3. HOW MUCH pizza is there?


4. HOW MUCH honey is there?
5. HOW MANY peaches are there?
6. HOW MANY ham is there?
7. HOW MUCH salat is
there?

Make questions. Example: There is some fruit. How much fruit is there?

1. There are a lot of eggs. _HOW MANY EGGS ARE THERE?

2. There isn’t any tomato. HOW MANY TOMATO IS THERE?

3. There is a packet of pasta. HOW MANY PACKET OF PASTA IS THERE?

4. There are three red peppers. HOW MANY RED PEPPERS ARE THERE?

5. There are a lot of apples. HOW MANY APPLES ARE THERE?


COMPLETE WITH some/an/a /any/is/are/much/many/isn’t

Lisa: l’m hungry. I S there any crisps?


Tom: No, there ISN´T any but there is A ham sandwich.
Lisa: Great, l’II have the ham, THERE IS A sandwich and S O M E o r a n g e . Is
there ANY ice cream left?
Tom: No, there ISN´T any ice-cream. I’II go to the supermarket. How
MANY tomatoes are there?

Lisa: There IS only one. We should buy SOME tomatoes. Oh!


How MUCH butter is there?
Tom: There isn’t ANY butter and we need sugar, too.
LOOK AND WRITE SENTENCES

• WATER There isn’t any water.


• EGGS There are six eggs
• SUGAR There isn’t any sugar
• BANANAS There are four bananas
• MILK There are two cartons of milk
• FISH There isn't any fish
• CARROTS the are tree carrots
• TOMATOES There are four tomatoes
• ONIONS There isn’t onions
• LETTUCE There is some lettuce
MARK IS/ARE

• THERE IS some RICE.


• THERE ARE SOME APPLES.
• THERE IS S O M E MILK.
• THERE ARE SOME WATERMELONS.
• THERE ARE SOME PINEAPPLES.
• THERE A RE some CARROTS.
• THERE ARE some BANANAS.
• THERE IS some WATER.
• THERE ARE SOME ONIONS.
• THERE IS some JUICE.
SHOPPING LIST

WRITE C(COUNTABLE) U (UNCONTABLE)


• WATER U
• EGGS C
• SUGAR U
• BANANAS C
• MILK U
• FISH U
• CARROTS C
• TOMATOES C
• ONIONS C
• LETTUCE C
• APPLE C
• RICE U
• POTATO C

WRITE THERE IS/THERE ARE

• ____THERE IS____ an apple.


• ___THERE IS some sugar.
• ____THERE ARE __some carrots.
• ___THERE IS_____ a banana.
• ____THERE IS_ some butter.
• ____THERE IS____ some chicken.
• _____THERE IS___ an onion.
• _____THERE IS___ some juice.
• _____THERE ARE___ two oranges.
• ___THERE IS_____ some milk.
• _____THERE ARE___ some grapes.