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Things can be
counted. We call
them Countable
Nouns.
Examples:
students, books,
pencils, dogs,
flowers, kites,
bananas, cars,

Things cannot be
counted. We call them
Uncountable Nouns.
Examples: sugar, dust,
water, jam, flour,
syrup, salt, coffee, ink,
sand, air, money, tea,
juice, oil, butter, and
etc.

Some is used in
affirmative sentences
for both countable and
uncountable nouns.
Examples; There are
some tomatoes; there
is some water at
campsite.

Any is used in
negative and
interrogative for both
countable /
uncountable nouns.
Examples: There
aren’t any matches,
There isn’t any juice,
are there any carrots?
Is there any rice?

1. Is there
______________
rice?

2. There are
________________
apples.

3. Are there
______________
matches?

4. There
aren’t
______________
potatoes.

5. There is
______________
coffee.

6. There are
______________
bananas.

7. There
isn’t
______________
bread.

8. Is there
________________
cheese?

9. Is there
______________
water.

10. There
aren’t
________
eggs.

11. There is
______________
juice.

12. Are
there
______________
strawberries

8. (eggs/ refrigerator)
_________________________________
9. (milk/ table) _______________________________________
10. (jam/ refrigerator)
_________________________________
11. (strawberry juice/table)
___________________________
___________________________________________________
12. (potatoes/ refrigerator)
_____________________________

Geoff: ____________ there _______________ water in the
refrigerator.
Windy: No, there ____________. But there
_______________
______________ milk.

1. (milk/ refrigerator) There is some milk in the
refrigerator.

Geoff:

2. (potatoes/ table)

Windy: No, there _________________ bananas. But

____________ there _______________ bananas?

______________________________________

there
______________ ______________ oranges.

3. (eggs/ table)
__________________________________________

Geoff:

4. (oranges/ refrigerator)

____________

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I’ll have an orange. ___________ there
Apples?