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Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
Countables and uncountables
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Countables and uncountables

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This is a dynamic and fun presentation about countables and uncountables nouns, It has examples and some exercises for practicing.

This is a dynamic and fun presentation about countables and uncountables nouns, It has examples and some exercises for practicing.

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  • 1. Countable Uncountable Things you can count (singular  Things you can´t count (they or plural) can’t be plural). Countable nouns are easy to  Butter, meat… recognize. They are things  Some nouns can be countable that we can count. or uncountable but the meaning is different. Example: "pen".We can count  Example: chocolate pens. We can have one, two, three or more pens
  • 2. a / an / some / any how much / how many?
  • 3.  Use a / an with singular countable nouns. Use some with plural countable nouns and uncountable nouns in + sentences. Use any with plural countable nouns and uncountable nouns in – or ? sentences. We can also use some in ? to ask for and offerings
  • 4.  music, art, love, happiness advice, information, news furniture, luggage rice, sugar, butter, water electricity, gas, power money, currency
  • 5.  Uncountable nouns are substances, concepts etc that we cannot divide into separate elements. We cannot "count" them. For example, we cannot count "milk". We can count "bottles of milk" or "litres of milk", but we cannot count "milk" itself.
  • 6.  Ive got some money. Have you got any rice?
  • 7.  Sometimes, the same noun can be countable and uncountable, often with a change of meaning. There are two hairs in my cofee! I don’t have much hair.
  • 8. START
  • 9. Countable Uncountable
  • 10. bananaCountable Uncountable
  • 11. Countable Uncountable
  • 12. butterUncountable Uncountable
  • 13. Countable Uncountable
  • 14. clownCountable
  • 15. Countable Uncountable
  • 16. waterUncountable Uncountable
  • 17. Countable Uncountable
  • 18. sugarUncountable Uncountable
  • 19. Countable Uncountable
  • 20. riceUncountable Uncountable
  • 21. Countable Uncountable
  • 22. dogsCountable Uncountable
  • 23. Countable Uncountable
  • 24. grapesCountable Uncountable
  • 25. 1.There are ____________ in the river.a) Some fishb) Some fishesc) Any fishes
  • 26. 2. Is there any ___________ (water) inthe jar? a) Waters b) Water
  • 27. 3. Is there ________ orange juice? a) Some b) Any
  • 28. 4. ___ there any sugar? a) Is b) Are
  • 29. 5. ___there any apples? a) Is b) Are
  • 30. By: Jhessika X. Pinedo

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