1. Make a list of 5 uncountable and 5 countable foods. (10 marks) Countable An egg A potato. A carrot. A steak. A banana.

Uncountable Some milk. Some cake. Some coffee. Some fruit. Some meat.

2. Ask some questions about the food in your friend’s refrigerator. (5 marks) Do you have any milk? Do you have any kimchi? Do you have any water? Do you have any apples? Do you have any cans of beer?

3. You are in a restaurant. What would you like to eat? (5 marks) I would like the chicken and olive spaghetti, a small salad, some garlic bread and a bottle of red wine please.

I would like the garlic steak with potatoes and vegetables, please. I would also like the soup and the salad please. Can I have a beer too, please.

4. Ask 5 questions using how much/how many. ( 5 marks) How many pens do you have in your bag? How much homework do you have? How much money do you have in your wallet? How many brothers and sisters do you have? How many pets do you have?

5. How can we change these uncountable nouns to countable nouns? (8 marks) A box of cereal. A loaf of bread. A bottle of milk. A packet of candy. A bottle of Ketchup. A bag of rice. A can of soda. A bowl of pasta.

6. Answer these questions with a lot/not much/not many/a number. (8 marks) How much food do you eat? How much beer do you drink? How many hours of TV do you watch? How many books do you read in a year? How much do you exercise? How many friends do you have? How many classes do you have? How much music do you listen to? I usually eat a lot of food. I don’t drink much beer. I watch about 1 hour of TV a day. I try to read about 40 books a year. I do a lot of exercise. I don’t have many friends. I have a lot of classes – 10! I listen to a lot of music.