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    • Teacher Resource Disc Slide shows for use with PowerPoint presentation software Betty Schrampfer Azar Stacy A. Hagen Laurette Poulos Simmons Copyright © 2007 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved.
    • CONTENTS 7-1 Nouns: count and noncount 7-2 Using an vs. a 7-3 Using a/an vs. some 7-4 Measurements with noncount nouns 7-5 Using many , much , a few , a little 7-6 Using the 7-7 Using ø (no article) to make generalizations 7-8 Using some and any
    • one bracelet two bracelets three bracelets 7-1 NOUNS: COUNT AND NONCOUNT
    • some jewelry one bracelet three bracelets two bracelets 7-1 NOUNS: COUNT AND NONCOUNT
    • SINGULAR PLURAL a pen one pen COUNT NOUN pens three pens some pens a lot of pens SINGULAR: a + noun one + noun PLURAL: noun + - s 7-1 NOUNS: COUNT AND NONCOUNT A COUNT NOUN
    • SINGULAR PLURAL jewelry some jewelry a lot of jewelry NONCOUNT NOUN (no plural form) SINGULAR: No - a No - one 7-1 NOUNS: COUNT AND NONCOUNT PLURAL: No plural form. A NONCOUNT NOUN
    • We love to read books. count noncount 7-1 Let’s Practice ? ? N OUN
    • I am studying grammar. count noncount 7-1 Let’s Practice ? ? N OUN
    • Please pass the salt. count noncount 7-1 Let’s Practice ? ? N OUN
    • We need some chairs. count noncount 7-1 Let’s Practice ? ? N OUN
    • a bracelet an earring 7-2 USING AN vs. A
    • (a) A cow is an a nimal. 7-2 USING AN vs. A A an singular count nouns
    • (b) I have an i dea. (c) My friend has an o ld horse . 7-2 USING AN vs. A an words that begin with vowels
    • (d) I have an ugly dog. (e) I have a useful idea . 7-2 USING AN vs. A /uh/ vowel sound /yu/ sound
    • (f) Give me an honest answer. (g) Today is a hot day . 7-2 USING AN vs. A /h/ sound silent /h/, vowel sound
    • I lost ___earring. an 7-2 Let’s Practice a an
    • That is ___ ugly bug. an 7-2 Let’s Practice a an
    • He is __ happy child. a 7-2 Let’s Practice a an
    • Let’s go in __ hour. an 7-2 Let’s Practice a an
    • a bracelet some bracelets 7-3 USING A / AN vs. SOME
    • singular count nouns plural count nouns noncount nouns (a) I have a book . She has an umbrella. (b) We have some apples . You have some soccer balls. (c) I got some mail. He has some information. 7-3 USING A / AN vs. SOME
    • She has _____ hat on her head. a 7-3 Let’s Practice singular count noun a an some
    • She has _____ nice hats. some 7-3 Let’s Practice plural count noun a an some
    • I need _____ water to wash my hands. some 7-3 Let’s Practice noncount noun a an some
    • a head of lettuce a loaf of bread 7-4 MEASUREMENT WITH NONCOUNT NOUNS
    • an unspecified quantity a specified quantity (a) I’d like some juice. (b) I’d like a glass of juice. (c) I’d like a cup of tea . (d) I’d like a piece of fruit . 7-4 MEASUREMENTS WITH NONCOUNT NOUNS
    • What would you like to drink? 7-4 MEASUREMENTS WITH NONCOUNT NOUNS I’d like some water, please.
    • We need to buy a head of _______. cabbage 7-4 Let’s Practice beans cabbage bread cereal
    • Please hand me a loaf of _______. bread 7-4 Let’s Practice beans cabbage bread cereal
    • I need to find a can of ______ for dinner. beans 7-4 Let’s Practice beans cabbage bread cereal
    • Do you have a box of ______? cereal 7-4 Let’s Practice beans cabbage bread cereal
    • I don’t get many letters. 7-5 USING MANY , MUCH , A FEW , A LITTLE
    • PLURAL COUNT noun NONCOUNT noun PLURAL COUNT noun NONCOUNT noun (a) I don’t have many bracelets . (b) I’d don’t have much jewelry . (c) Gina has a few earrings . (d) I’d like a little fruit . 7-5 USING MANY , MUCH , A FEW , A LITTLE
    • Sh e gives us some homework everyday. She gives us a little homework everyday. 7-5 Let’s Practice A few or a little ?
    • a few or a little Katie has a few friends. Katie has some friends. 7-5 Let’s Practice ?
    • We have a lot of dogs. We have many dogs. 7-5 Let’s Practice many or much ?
    • I don’t eat much cheese. I don’t eat a lot of cheese. 7-5 Let’s Practice many or much ?
    • The teacher is helping the student. 7-6 USING THE
    • specific students specific pen/specific pencil one moon (a) Where are the students ? (b) Do you want the pen or the pencil ? (c) I love to look at the moon . 7-6 USING THE
    • (d) Kazu has a dog and a cat . The dog is big, and the cat is little. (e) Mia has some dogs and cats . The dogs are big, and the cats are little. singular count nouns plural count nouns 7-6 USING THE
    • The furniture is heavy. The jewelry is light. (f) Yung has some furniture and s ome jewelry . noncount 7-6 USING THE
    • We have a car and a boat. ____ car is new, but ____ boat is old. The the 7-6 Let’s Practice the a an
    • I need to buy __ new car. ____ car I like is very expensive. The a 7-6 Let’s Practice the a an
    • I wish I had ____ umbrella. an It is raining. 7-6 Let’s Practice the a an
    • 7-7 USING ø (NO ARTICLE) TO MAKE GENERALIZATIONS Apples are good for you.
    •      (count noun) (count noun) (noncount noun) (noncount noun) (a) ___ Apples are good for you . (b) Ann uses ___ pens and ___ markers . (c) Mary likes to eat ___ candy . (d) ___ Spaghetti is easy to cook. in general 7-7 USING ø (NO ARTICLE) TO MAKE GENERALIZATIONS
    • specific (e) Last night, we ate some pumpkin pie . The pumpkin pie was very good, but the whipped cream was too sweet. 7-7 USING ø (NO ARTICLE) TO MAKE GENERALIZATIONS
    •  specific candy The candy you made is delicious. (f) They like candy . candy in general 7-7 USING ø (NO ARTICLE) TO MAKE GENERALIZATIONS
    • ____ food I ate last night made me sick. The 7-7 Let’s Practice the 
    • Plants need ____ sunshine to grow. 7-7 Let’s Practice  the 
    • Healthy people eat ___ vegetables. They don’t eat ___ candy. 7-7 Let’s Practice   the 
    • ___ fruit looked fresh, and ___ bakery smelled good. We went to a new grocery store. The the 7-7 Let’s Practice the 
    • Alice has some money. 7-8 USING SOME AND ANY
    • (a) Alice has some money . (b) Alice doesn’t have any money . (c) Does Alice have any money ? (d) Does Alice have some money ? STATEMENT 7-8 USING SOME AND ANY some in affirmative statements NEGATIVE any in negative statements QUESTION either some or any in questions
    • (e) Graham doesn’t have any money . (f) Graham doesn’t have any coins . 7-8 USING SOME AND ANY noncount noun plural count noun any + noncount nouns any + plural count nouns
    • I need _____ time to study. some 7-8 Let’s Practice some any
    • We don’t have _____ cheese. any 7-8 Let’s Practice some any
    • All children should have _____ books. some 7-8 Let’s Practice some any
    • There aren’t _____ horses in the field. any 7-8 Let’s Practice some any
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