The 21 th  of January  Friday
Topic:   A little juice, please!
Aim:  to teach plural and singular  (some/any, many/much, a few/alittle)
Objectives: - to learn countable and  uncountaible - to work exercise  - memorize vegetables and fruit
Grammar: We use  a few  with plural countable nouns and a  little  with singular uncountable nouns.  A few  and  a little ...
Potatoes
Tomatoes
Meat
Rice
Apple
Lemon
I eat a little rice.  I eat a few grapes.  Little  and  much  -  plural. Few  and  many  -  singular.
Example:  I eat a  little  rice. I eat a  few  grapes.
I. Choose the correct word to complete each sentence 1. Yesterday I bought  little /a  few  rice. 2. I eat  a  little /a  ...
True
False
 
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  1. 1. The 21 th of January Friday
  2. 2. Topic: A little juice, please!
  3. 3. Aim: to teach plural and singular (some/any, many/much, a few/alittle)
  4. 4. Objectives: - to learn countable and uncountaible - to work exercise - memorize vegetables and fruit
  5. 5. Grammar: We use a few with plural countable nouns and a little with singular uncountable nouns. A few and a little mean not many/not much
  6. 6. Potatoes
  7. 7. Tomatoes
  8. 8. Meat
  9. 9. Rice
  10. 10. Apple
  11. 11. Lemon
  12. 12. I eat a little rice. I eat a few grapes. Little and much - plural. Few and many - singular.
  13. 13. Example: I eat a little rice. I eat a few grapes.
  14. 14. I. Choose the correct word to complete each sentence 1. Yesterday I bought little /a few rice. 2. I eat a little /a few apples everyday. 3. My mum bought a little /a few meat yesterday. 4. My father usually eats a little /a few potatoe's salad.
  15. 15. True
  16. 16. False
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