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    • 1. Quantifiers
    • 2. With plural count Nouns  Many  Several A few  few
    • 3. With non count nouns  Much A great deal  A little  little
    • 4. With both, count and non count  All  Most A lot (of), lots (of)  Enough  Plenty (of)  Some  None (of the),  no
    • 5. With singular count nouns  Each  every
    • 6. How much? Used with non count nouns in questions and negative sentences. I don’t have much time. I have a lot of free time.
    • 7. Too much (non count) Too many (count) They describe a quantity that is more than it should be. Only use them if there is a problem.
    • 8. He has a good job. He earns too much money. He earns a lot of money.
    • 9. I am too sick to go to work today. I am very tired. I am going to stay home today. Don’t use very before a verb.
    • 10. Don’t use much with an affirmative statement. There was much rain yesterday. There was a lot of rain yesterday.
    • 11. A few/a little count/non count A small quantity Not a lot, but enough Some
    • 12. Few/little count/non count Almost none Not enough
    • 13. When we omit a, the emphasis is on the negative. We are saying the quantity is not enough. Few people wanted to have a party. The party was canceled.
    • 14. I have a little money left. I can buy that sweater. I would like to go to Disney World with the kids, but I have very little money left for my bills.
    • 15. I was hungry, so I ate a few nuts. There are few cars in the parking lot today. I wonder if there is school.
    • 16. Enough - A good quantity, what you need Plenty (of) – enough or a little more than enough
    • 17. Would you like some coffee? No, I have had enough coffee for one day. This diet requires you to drink plenty of water.
    • 18. Use too before adjectives and adverbs. Use too much and too many before a noun. I am too tired to sleep. She speaks too fast. I ate too much chocolate. You spend too many hours in front of the TV.
    • 19. Use enough after adjectives and adverbs but before nouns. It’s good enough for me. You can’t drive fast enough for me. I drink enough water.
    • 20. She can’t be on the basketball team. 1. short 2. tall She’s too short to be on the team. She isn’t tall enough to be on the basketball team.
    • 21. He can’t play professional baseball. 1. young 2. old 3. small 4. big
    • 22. How many? Used with count nouns in affirmative and negative sentences and in questions. How many books do you have?
    • 23. Some/Any/No are used for questions with plural count nouns and non count nouns. Any is used after a negative verb, and no after an affirmative verb. Do you need some napkins? Do you want any fries? There aren’t any potatoes in the soup.
    • 24. He doesn’t have no time. He doesn’t have any time. He has no time.
    • 25. Non count nouns can be measured by container, portion, shape etc. a a a a a a a  can of, a bowl of, a cup of, a glass of, slice of, a piece of, a strip of, spoon of pound of, a scoop of, a quart of, bottle of, carton of, a jar of, a bag of, gallon of, a loaf of, an ear of, a head of, roll of, a tube of, a bar of, a bunch of
    • 26. Use of with a unit of measure. I ate three pieces of bread. Don’t’ use of after many, much, a few, a little if a noun follows directly. She has many (of) friends. He put a little (of) milk in his coffee.
    • 27. The End!