There’s/There are
Countable/uncountable nouns
         Some/any
                    by Eva Hugas
Take a quick look and memorize all the food you can find in this
food pyramid
AT THE BOTTOM:
There are some vegetables   There are some asparagus   There’s some bread
There are some tomatoes     There...
COUNTABLE or
    UNCOUNTABLE?
 Make a list to classify all the
             nouns
COUNTABLE        UNCOUNTABLE
COUNTABLE or
      UNCOUNTABLE?
   Make a list to classify all the
               nouns
COUNTABLE              UNCOUNTABLE...
SOME AND ANY

        Make sentences with
        SOME and ANY talking
        about the food you can
        find and can...
SOME AND ANY   There’s a donut
               There aren’t any cherries
               There are some grapes
             ...
GRAMMAR REVIEW
 There’s : singular, affirmative = hi ha
 There are: plural, affirmative = hi han
 There isn’t: singular, n...
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  1. 1. There’s/There are Countable/uncountable nouns Some/any by Eva Hugas
  2. 2. Take a quick look and memorize all the food you can find in this food pyramid
  3. 3. AT THE BOTTOM: There are some vegetables There are some asparagus There’s some bread There are some tomatoes There are some bananas There are some beans There’s a broccoli There are some grapes There’s some pasta There’s a carrot. There are two apples There’s a pepper. There’s a pear There’s a potato. There are some cereals
  4. 4. COUNTABLE or UNCOUNTABLE? Make a list to classify all the nouns COUNTABLE UNCOUNTABLE
  5. 5. COUNTABLE or UNCOUNTABLE? Make a list to classify all the nouns COUNTABLE UNCOUNTABLE Biscuits sweets Oil milk chicken Donut sausages Meat cheese grapes Tomatoes broccoli cereals bread pasta Carrot pepper butter Tomato asparagus Banans apples Pear beans
  6. 6. SOME AND ANY Make sentences with SOME and ANY talking about the food you can find and can’t find in this picture.
  7. 7. SOME AND ANY There’s a donut There aren’t any cherries There are some grapes There’s some cheese There aren’t any pears There aren’t any potatoes There’s some water There’s some coffee There’s some cake There’s a hamburger There isn’t any steak There’s a melon There’s an orange juice There’s a pineapple There’s some rice There isn’t any orange
  8. 8. GRAMMAR REVIEW There’s : singular, affirmative = hi ha There are: plural, affirmative = hi han There isn’t: singular, negative = no hi ha There aren’t: plural, negative = no hi han Is there?: singular, interrogative Are there?: plural, interrogative SOME : affirmative sentences ANY: negative and interrogative sentences Countable nouns are easy to recognize. They are things that we can count. For example: "pen". We can count pens. We can use the indefinite article a/an with countable nouns:A dog is an animal. 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", We usually treat uncountable nouns as singular. We use a singular verb. For example:This news is very important. We do not usually use the indefinite article a/an .

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