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COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS Countable nouns are things you can count.

For example: three pears

COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS Countable nouns are things you can count. For example: three pears

one pear

two pears

one pear

two pears

Countable Nouns: Can be used in Singular and Plural. For example: Singular Plural A hat hats

Countable Nouns: Can be used in Singular and Plural. For example: Singular Plural A hat hats

An apple

apples

An apple

apples

Uncountable nouns are things you see as a whole, things you can not count. Uncountable nouns has only one form. For example:

Uncountable nouns are things you see as a whole, things you can not count. Uncountable nouns has only one form. For example:

water jelly

water jelly

chicken

chicken

________ I don't like milk. ________ I bought three bottles of mineral water for our picnic. ________ The exercises on this website are interesting. The children are playing in the garden. ________ Scientists say that the envirenment is threatened by pollution. ________ The waiters in this restaurant are very professional. ________ The bread my mother prepares is delicious. ________ My father drinks two big glasses of water every morning. ________ There are a lot of windows in our classroom. ________ A rise in oil prices is inevitable since there is more and more worl demand for energy. ________ The bread my mother prepares is delicious. ________ I prefer tea. ________ The exercises on this website are interesting. ________ A rise in oil prices is inevitable since there is more and more worl demand for energy. ________ We need some glue to fix this vase. ________ Drivers must be careful. ________ Look at the unserlined word. ________ There are a lot of windows in our classroom. ________ Scientists say that the envirenment is threatened by pollution. ________ My mother uses butter to prepare cakes. Write C if it is a countable noun or NC if ir is a noncountable noun. ________ My father drinks two big glasses of water every morning. ________ I'd like some juice please! ________ Successful condidates will join the camp later this year. ________ Drivers must be careful. Write C if it is a countable noun or NC if ir is a noncountable noun. ________ I'd like some juice please! ________ Successful condidates will join the camp later this year. ________ Dehydrated babies must drink a lot of water. ________ We need some glue to fix this vase. ________ Some policemen are organizing road traffic to avoid any accidents. the road is slippery. ________ My mother uses butter to prepare cakes. ________ Dehydrated babies must drink a lot of water. ________ . ________ I prefer tea. ________ The waiters in this restaurant are very professional.Look at the unserlined word. ________ Some policemen are organizing road traffic to avoid any accidents. The children are playing in the garden.________ I don't like milk. the road is slippery. ________ I bought three bottles of mineral water for our picnic.

__________________ do we need? We need some money. ____________________ do we need? We need some paper. ____________________ children have you got? ______ bottles of wine are there in the cellar? ______ English grammar do you know? . _____________________ do we need? ____________________ cigarettes do you smoke a day? ___________________ packets of cigarettes do you have? ___________________ work have you got to do? ___________________ sleep did you get last night. ____________________ do we need? We need some eggs. ____________________ children have you got? ______ bottles of wine are there in the cellar? ______ English grammar do you know? How much / how many Complete with how much or haw many We need some tea. ____________________ do we need? We need some eggs.How much / how many Complete with how much or haw many We need some tea. ____________________ do we need? We need some paper. _____________________ do we need? ____________________ cigarettes do you smoke a day? ___________________ packets of cigarettes do you have? ___________________ work have you got to do? ___________________ sleep did you get last night. __________________ do we need? We need some money.

Example: Would you like some bread? (offer) .Example: Would you like some bread? (offer) . We use some for both countable and uncountable nouns. ANY We use "any" in negative sentences or questions.Could I have some water? (request) SOME We use "some" in positive sentences. EXCEPTION! We use "some" in questions when offering or requesting something that is there.He doesn't have any friends in Chicago. Example: I have some friends.SOME We use "some" in positive sentences. Example: Do you have any cheese? . We use any for both countable and uncountable nouns. Example: I have some friends.He doesn't have any friends in Chicago. We use some for both countable and uncountable nouns. Example: Do you have any cheese? . ANY We use "any" in negative sentences or questions. EXCEPTION! We use "some" in questions when offering or requesting something that is there.Could I have some water? (request) . We use any for both countable and uncountable nouns.

. She will lend some paper to Marsha. ***Use SOME / ANY for questions: Excuse me Sara.Any / Some Use: ANY and SOME are used for objects and people. He's not a A) any B) some nice brother! English-Zone. 4) In fact. A) any B) some 2) Tomas doesn't have ____ pennies in his pocket. 6) She'd be happy if she could eat ___ vegetableflavored ice cream! 7) But we know there really isn't ___ vegetableflavored ice cream! 8) Marissa cooked ____ Mexican food for dinner. do you have any paper? / Excuse me Sara. A) any B) some A) any B) some A) any B) some 9) Marissa's brother didn't want to eat___ food that A) any B) some Marissa cooked. Use SOME for affirmative sentences: Sara has some paper. 3) Angela doesn't like to eat ____ vegetables. His A) any B) some pocket is empty.com Copyright © Kaye Mastin Mallory Limited permission is granted to make copies of this page for use in classroom teaching only. Her mother was angry! A) any B) some A) any B) some 5) But Angela always likes to have ___ ice cream for A) any B) some dessert. 10) He decided to have ____ pizza instead. and CHOOSE the correct answer. READ the sentence.Com http://english-zone. Name_____________ negative affirmative + any some questions ??? any or some Use ANY for negative sentences: Marsha doesn't have any paper today. 1) Terry has ____ pennies in her pocket. do you have some paper? . last night she didn't eat____ salad. She forgot it at home.

ANY We use "any" in negative sentences or questions. EXCEPTION! We use "some" in questions when offering or requesting something that is there.Could I have some water? (request) SOME We use "some" in positive sentences. ANY We use "any" in negative sentences or questions.Example: Would you like some bread? (offer) .Could I have some water? (request) . We use some for both countable and uncountable nouns.Example: Would you like some bread? (offer) . Example: I have some friends.He doesn't have any friends in Chicago.SOME We use "some" in positive sentences. Example: Do you have any cheese? . EXCEPTION! We use "some" in questions when offering or requesting something that is there. We use any for both countable and uncountable nouns. Example: Do you have any cheese? .He doesn't have any friends in Chicago. Example: I have some friends. We use any for both countable and uncountable nouns. We use some for both countable and uncountable nouns.

1) Terry has ____ pennies in her pocket. She forgot it at home. Her mother was angry! 5) But Angela always likes to have ___ ice cream for dessert. 6) She'd be happy if she could eat ___ vegetable-flavored ice cream! 7) But we know there really isn't ___ vegetable-flavored ice cream! 8) Marissa cooked ____ Mexican food for dinner. READ the sentence. He's not a nice brother! A) any B) some A) any B) some A) any B) some A) any B) some A) any B) some A) any B) some A) any B) some A) any B) some A) any B) some A) any B) some English-Zone. ***Use SOME / ANY for questions: Excuse me Sara. His pocket is empty. 9) Marissa's brother didn't want to eat___ food that Marissa cooked. 2) Tomas doesn't have ____ pennies in his pocket.com Copyright © Kaye Mastin Mallory Limited permission is granted to make copies of this page for use in classroom teaching only. do you have any paper? / Excuse me Sara.Any / Some Use: ANY and SOME are used for objects and people. 10) He decided to have ____ pizza instead. Use SOME for affirmative sentences: Sara has some paper. and CHOOSE the correct answer. . She will lend some paper to Marsha.Com http://english-zone. 4) In fact. Name_____________ negative affirmative + any some questions ??? any or some Use ANY for negative sentences: Marsha doesn't have any paper today. do you have some paper? . last night she didn't eat____ salad. 3) Angela doesn't like to eat ____ vegetables.

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