Much , Many, A lot of<br />
Quantifiers - Much / Many / A Lot of<br />Quantifiers are words that show how much there is of something - they show quant...
Much<br />uncountable nouns <br />negative statements and questions<br />  I don&apos;t have much money.<br />For example:...
Many <br />Plural countable  nouns <br />negative statements and questions<br />For example:<br />I don&apos;t have many a...
countable nouns uncountable<br />A lot of<br />affirmative<br />For example:<br />I have a lot of friends.<br />I have a l...
Use much, many, a lot of.<br />1. We have oranges.<br />2. We don’t have  bananas , and<br /> we don’t have  fruit juice.<...
5. How do you want ? <br />    Six , please.<br />6. He is very busy, he haswork.<br />7. David has rice , but Tyler <br /...
Put these words in correct order.<br />lot / of / apples / a / they / eat<br />2. much / rice / how / want / do / you ?<br...
4. pizza / a / lot / people / of / like<br />5. you / have / much / don’t / time<br />6. a /clothes / lot / of / nice / ha...
8. tea / much / don’t / I / drink <br />9. much / homework / how / do / have / you?<br />10. sleep / babies / lot / a<br /...
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  1. 1. Much , Many, A lot of<br />
  2. 2. Quantifiers - Much / Many / A Lot of<br />Quantifiers are words that show how much there is of something - they show quantity. Much, many, and a lot of indicate a large quantity of something <br />for example <br />“I have a lot of milk ” <br />“ I have a large quantity of milk ”<br />
  3. 3. Much<br />uncountable nouns <br />negative statements and questions<br /> I don&apos;t have much money.<br />For example:<br /> How much sugar is there in bottle?<br /> Do you have much time?<br />
  4. 4. Many <br />Plural countable nouns <br />negative statements and questions<br />For example:<br />I don&apos;t have many apples.<br /> How many friends do you have ?<br />Many students come here in summer.<br />
  5. 5. countable nouns uncountable<br />A lot of<br />affirmative<br />For example:<br />I have a lot of friends.<br />I have a lot of money.<br />
  6. 6. Use much, many, a lot of.<br />1. We have oranges.<br />2. We don’t have bananas , and<br /> we don’t have fruit juice.<br />3. Do you have any cereal?<br /> Sure , there is in the kitchen.<br />4. How in this ? <br /> It is ten dollars.<br />a lot of<br />many<br />much<br />a lot of<br />much<br />
  7. 7. 5. How do you want ? <br /> Six , please.<br />6. He is very busy, he haswork.<br />7. David has rice , but Tyler <br />doesn’t have.<br />8. London has beautiful buildings. <br />9. They eat apples.<br />10. She has got books on the shelf. <br />many<br />a lot of<br />a lot of<br />much<br />a lot of<br />a lot of<br />a lot of<br />
  8. 8. Put these words in correct order.<br />lot / of / apples / a / they / eat<br />2. much / rice / how / want / do / you ?<br />3. many / sandwiches / want / you / do / how ?<br />They eat a lot of apples.<br />How much rice do you want?<br />How many sandwiches do you want ?<br />
  9. 9. 4. pizza / a / lot / people / of / like<br />5. you / have / much / don’t / time<br />6. a /clothes / lot / of / nice / has / she<br />7. John / a lot / of / things / has / his / bag / in<br />A lot of people like pizza.<br />You don’t have much time.<br />She has a lot of nice clothes.<br />John has a lot of things in his bag.<br />
  10. 10. 8. tea / much / don’t / I / drink <br />9. much / homework / how / do / have / you?<br />10. sleep / babies / lot / a<br />11. writes / a lot / letters / of / Lisa<br />I don’t drink much tea.<br />How much homework do you have?<br />Babies sleep a lot.<br />Lisa writes a lot of letters.<br />
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