Countable Nouns / Uncountable Nouns

Countable nouns
• Countable nouns are things that we can count. • We can put an ‘s’ on a countable noun.

a pear

2 pears

an apple

3 apples

Uncountable nouns
• Uncountable nouns are things that we cannot count. • We cannot put an ‘s’ on an uncountable noun.

sugars

salts

Practice 1: Are the things countable or uncountable? START .

Countable Uncountable .

flour Countable Uncountable .

Countable Uncountable .

hamburgers Countable Uncountable .

Countable Uncountable .

butter Countable Uncountable .

Countable Uncountable .

orange juice Countable Uncountable .

Countable Uncountable .

an orange Countable Uncountable .

Countable Uncountable .

grapes Countable Uncountable .

.Are there any…? (countable nouns) Are there any apples? Yes. No. there are. there aren’t.

No. there is.Is there any…? (uncountable nouns) no ‘s’ Is there any sugar? Yes. . there isn’t.

Practice 2: Tim: ________ there any sugar? Is isn’t Mum: No. . there ________.

Are Tim: ________ there any eggs? are Mum: Yes. . there ________.

Are there any Tim: _______________ tomatoes? Yes. Mum: _________________ . there are.

there isn’t.Is there any Tim: _______________ flour? No. Mum: _________________ .

Is there any Tim: _______________ orange juice? Yes. there is. Mum: _________________ .

there aren’t. Mum: _________________ .Are there any Tim: _______________ apples? No.

Is there any Tim: _______________ butter? Yes. Mum: _________________ . there is.

WHAT CAN YOU FIND HERE? .

form groups! .Now.

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