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    A Lotof Much Many A Little A Few A Lotof Much Many A Little A Few Presentation Transcript

    • A LOT OF - MUCH - MANY Is there much ham on the plate? No, there isn’t much . There are only three slices.
    • A LOT OF - MUCH - MANY Has she got many friends? Yes, she’s got a lot of friends.
    • A LOT OF - MUCH - MANY Are there many people in the swimming pool? No, there aren’t many . There are only two.
    • A LOT OF - MUCH - MANY
      • We use a lot of/lots of with plural countable nouns
      (books, cars, etc.) and uncountable nouns (e.g. sugar, milk, etc.) in positive statements. She’s got lots of / a lot of books. There’s a lot of milk in the fridge. Note: We omit of when a lot is not followed by a noun. Are there many people in the room? Yes, there are a lot .
    • A LOT OF - MUCH - MANY
      • We normally use much with uncountable nouns in
      questions and negations. How much money have you got? There isn’t much sugar in the bowl.
    • A LOT OF - MUCH - MANY
      • We normally use many with plural countable nouns
      in questions and negations. Are there many books on the shelf? There aren’t many books on the shelf.
    • A LOT OF - MUCH - MANY
      • In questions we use how much to ask about the
      amount of something and how many to ask about the number of things. How much + uncountable noun How many + countable noun How much sugar do we need? A kilo. (we want to know the amount) How many boys are there in your class? Twenty. (we want to know the number)
    • A LOT OF - MUCH - MANY much (how) much a lot of Uncountable nouns many (how) many a lot (of) lots of Countable nouns Negative Question Affirmative
    • A: How many apples have you got? B: Not many . Ask and answer
    • COUNTABLES - UNCOUNTABLES A: How many apples have you got? B: A lot
    • A: How much cheese have you got? B: Not much . Ask and answer
    • A: How much cheese have you got? B: A lot . Ask and answer
    • A: How B: A lot. many eggs have you got? Ask and answer
    • A: B: How many sandwiches have you got? Not many. Ask and answer
    • A: B: How much steak have you got? A lot . Ask and answer
    • A: How much flour have you got? B: A lot . Ask and answer
    • COUNTABLES - UNCOUNTABLES A: How many carrots have you got? B: Not many.
    • A: How much butter have you got? B: Not much . Ask and answer
    • A: How many biscuits have you got? B: Not many . Ask and answer
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    • (A) LITTLE - (A) FEW Carol has got a little flour. She can make a cake.
    • (A) LITTLE - (A) FEW Jill has got (very) little flour. She can’t make a cake.
    • (A) LITTLE - (A) FEW Carol has got a few strawberries. She can make some jam.
    • (A) LITTLE - (A) FEW Jill has got (very) few strawberries. She can’t make any jam.
    • (A) LITTLE - (A) FEW
      • We use a little/little with uncountable nouns (water,
      money, rice, etc. A little means “not much but enough”. I’ve got a little money. I can buy some bread. Little means ”hardly any, almost nothing” and can go with very for emphasis. They’ve got (very) little money. They can’t buy any bread.
    • (A) LITTLE - (A) FEW
      • We use a few/few with plural countable nouns
      (tomatoes, books, cups, etc.). A few means “not many but enough”. There are a few tomatoes. We can make a salad. Few means “hardly any, almost none” and can go with very for emphasis. There are (very) few people in the cinema. It is almost empty.
    • (A) LITTLE - (A) FEW There is a lot of honey in the jar.
    • (A) LITTLE - (A) FEW There is a little tuna in the tin.
    • (A) LITTLE - (A) FEW There are a few biscuits in the packet.
    • (A) LITTLE - (A) FEW There is a lot of Coke in the glass.
    • (A) LITTLE - (A) FEW There is a lot of mayonnaise in the jar.
    • (A) LITTLE - (A) FEW There are a few potatoes in the bag.