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    Determiners (countable and uncountable nouns) Determiners (countable and uncountable nouns) Presentation Transcript

    • Determiners ( Making uncountable nouns countable)
      • A loaf of bread.
    • Determiners ( Making uncountable nouns countable )
      • A slice of
      • bread / toast / cheese / ham
    • Determiners ( Making uncountable nouns countable)
      • A carton of milk / juice
    • Determiners ( Making uncountable nouns countable)
      • A joint of meat / beef
    • Determiners ( Making uncountable nouns countable)
      • A bar of chocolate
    • Determiners ( Making uncountable nouns countable)
      • A lump of sugar / cheese
    • Determiners ( Making uncountable nouns countable)
      • An item of news
    • Determiners (Making uncountable nouns countable)
      • A stroke of luck
    • Determiners ( Making uncountable nouns countable)
      • A fit of temper
    • Determiners ( Making uncountable nouns countable)
      • A breath of fresh air
    • Determiners - not specific amount
      • There’s much money. (countable)
      • There are many American bills .
      • (non countable)
    • Determiners - not specific amount
      • I don’t have any money. Let’s stay home. ANY = negative
      • I have some money left. Let’s go to the cinema.
      • SOME = positive
    • A few / A little =Positive ideas=
      • I’ve got a few friends . (countable)
      • There’s a little cake left. (non countable)
    • Few / Little =Negative ideas=
      • Few people donated money for the hospital.(countable)
      • Little money was collected for the hospital. (uncountable)
    • Alot of / lots of / plenty of
      • There’s plenty of people in the queue
      • a lot of/lots of