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    • COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS IES ELADIO CABAÑERO 1º ESO
    • COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS
      • COUNTABLE NOUNS
      • Eggs
      • Apples
      • Chairs
      • Pens
      • Books
      • Bags
      • Girls
      • Bottles
      • Boxes
      • Monkeys …
      • UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS
      • Sugar
      • Coffee
      • Cheese
      • Butter
      • Petrol
      • Peace
      • Money
      • Bread
      • Oil
      • Salt …
    • Countable or uncountable?
    • REMEMBER!
      • Uncountable nouns are only singular.
      • We can’t use ‘a/an’ with them.
      • Some words can be countable or uncountable with different meanings .
    • COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE (The same word but different meanings) A CHOCOLATE (C) CHOCOLATE (U)
    • COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE (The same word but different meanings) A CHICKEN (C) CHICKEN (U)
    • COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE (The same word but different meanings) A GLASS (C) GLASS (U)
    • COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE (The same word but different meanings) A PAPER (C) PAPER (U)
    • COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE (The same word but different meanings) AN IRON (C) IRON (U)
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS What’s this?
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A BOTTLE OF WATER
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS What’s this?
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A CAN OF SOUP
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS What’s this?
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A CAN OF COKE
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS What’s this?
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A CUP OF TEA
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS What’s this?
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A MUG OF COFFEE
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS What’s this?
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A JAR OF HONEY
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS What’s this?
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A GLASS OF ORANGE JUICE
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS What’s this?
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A PACKET OF TEA
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS What’s this?
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A BAR OF SOAP
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS What’s this?
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A BAR OF CHOCOLATE
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS What’s this?
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A PIECE OF CHOCOLATE
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS What’s this?
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A BOWL OF SUGAR
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS What’s this?
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A CARTON OF MILK
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS What’s this?
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A LOAF OF BREAD
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS What’s this?
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A SLICE OF BREAD
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS What’s this?
    • CONTAINERS FOR UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS A PIECE OF CHEESE
    • HOW MANY / HOW MUCH HOW MANY APPLES ARE THERE ON THE TABLE? HOW MUCH CHEESE IS THERE ON THE TABLE? HOW MANY  Countable nouns // HOW MUCH  Uncountable nouns
    • HOW MANY (C) / HOW MUCH (U) Complete the sentences
      • …… . money have you got?
      • …… . books are there on the table?
      • …… . sugar do you want in the coffee?
      • …… . men are there in the room?
      • …… . oil do you usually put in the salad?
      • …… . butter is there in the fridge?
      • …… . oranges are there in the bag?
      • …… . salt do you need?