SOME
+ sentences: I have got some books
? Sentences: offers Would you like some coffee?
ANY
- sentences: I haven’t got any brothers
? Sentences: Have you got any sisters?
MUCH
UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS (NO plural form)
- sentences: I haven’t got much time.
? sentences: Do you eat much chocolate?
HOW MUCH?
¿Cuánt@?
UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS (NO plural form)
How much money have you got?
How much water did you drink yesterday?
MANY
+ - ? sentences: PLURAL, COUNTABLE NOUNS
He has got many friends
He hasn’t got many friends
Have you got many friends?
HOW MANY?
¿Cuánt@s?
PLURAL, COUNTABLE NOUNS
How many cars has she got?
How many churches are there in your town?
A LOT OF +Noun
+ - ? sentences
PLURAL, COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS
I eat a lot of apples
I don’t eat a lot of apples
Do ...
LOTS OF(=a lot of; informal)
PLENTY OF (more than necessary)
+ - ? sentences
PLURAL, COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS
I’ve go...
A LOT.
VERY MUCH.
At the end of the sentence:
I like eating chocolate a lot.
He likes football very much.
TOO + Adjective
“demasiad@”
She’s too short to play basketball
They are too tired to go to the gym
He’s too lazy to work
Too much + Unc. Noun
demasiad@
She’s got too much time
He has got too much work
There is too much milk in the fridge
Too many + Pl. Count. Noun
demasiad@s
There were too many people at the party
You’ve got too many books
There are too many...
Adjective + ENOUGH
suficiente(mente)
He’s tall enough to take that book
My parents are rich enough to buy an island
This s...
ENOUGH + Noun
suficiente
Do you eat enough oranges?
Have you got enough money to buy a Porsche?
Does he drink enough water...
(a) LITTLE + Unc. Noun.
I speak little English (-)
I speak a little English (+)
He’s got little money (-)
He’s got a littl...
(a) FEW+ Count. Noun
I have got few friends (-)
I have got a few friends (+)
They have got few books (-)
They have got a f...
Negative Sentence / ANY
I haven’t got any money
Laura hasn’t got any time to study
They haven’t got any information
Positive Sentence / NO
(y sus compuestos: nobody, nowhere, no-
one, nothing…)
I have got no money
Laura has got no time to...
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9 quantifiers ss

  1. 1. SOME + sentences: I have got some books ? Sentences: offers Would you like some coffee?
  2. 2. ANY - sentences: I haven’t got any brothers ? Sentences: Have you got any sisters?
  3. 3. MUCH UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS (NO plural form) - sentences: I haven’t got much time. ? sentences: Do you eat much chocolate?
  4. 4. HOW MUCH? ¿Cuánt@? UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS (NO plural form) How much money have you got? How much water did you drink yesterday?
  5. 5. MANY + - ? sentences: PLURAL, COUNTABLE NOUNS He has got many friends He hasn’t got many friends Have you got many friends?
  6. 6. HOW MANY? ¿Cuánt@s? PLURAL, COUNTABLE NOUNS How many cars has she got? How many churches are there in your town?
  7. 7. A LOT OF +Noun + - ? sentences PLURAL, COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS I eat a lot of apples I don’t eat a lot of apples Do you eat a lot of carrots? I have a lot of time and money
  8. 8. LOTS OF(=a lot of; informal) PLENTY OF (more than necessary) + - ? sentences PLURAL, COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS I’ve got lots of things to do I’ve got plenty of money
  9. 9. A LOT. VERY MUCH. At the end of the sentence: I like eating chocolate a lot. He likes football very much.
  10. 10. TOO + Adjective “demasiad@” She’s too short to play basketball They are too tired to go to the gym He’s too lazy to work
  11. 11. Too much + Unc. Noun demasiad@ She’s got too much time He has got too much work There is too much milk in the fridge
  12. 12. Too many + Pl. Count. Noun demasiad@s There were too many people at the party You’ve got too many books There are too many apples in the basket
  13. 13. Adjective + ENOUGH suficiente(mente) He’s tall enough to take that book My parents are rich enough to buy an island This shirt is not big enough for me
  14. 14. ENOUGH + Noun suficiente Do you eat enough oranges? Have you got enough money to buy a Porsche? Does he drink enough water a day?
  15. 15. (a) LITTLE + Unc. Noun. I speak little English (-) I speak a little English (+) He’s got little money (-) He’s got a little money (+)
  16. 16. (a) FEW+ Count. Noun I have got few friends (-) I have got a few friends (+) They have got few books (-) They have got a few books (+)
  17. 17. Negative Sentence / ANY I haven’t got any money Laura hasn’t got any time to study They haven’t got any information
  18. 18. Positive Sentence / NO (y sus compuestos: nobody, nowhere, no- one, nothing…) I have got no money Laura has got no time to study They have got no information There is nobody in the street I have nothing
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