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quantifiers and determiners in English

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    • Unit 1: Health and Nutrition
    •  Would you like a pear? There’s an orange. An apple a day keeps the doctor away.a/an + singular noun
    •  I’ll have some crisps, please. I need some sugar.-Some + plural nouns / uncountable nouns (affirmative sentences)-offers: Would you like some coffee?
    •  There arent any chocolates in the box. There isn’t any water in the glass. Is there any money in the wallet?Any + plurals / uncountable (negative, questions)
    •  Therearent many chocolates. How many hot dogs do you want?Many + plural nouns
    •  Thereisnt much milk. How much is it?Much + uncountable nouns
    •  There are a lot of sweets. A lot of people I’ve got a lot of homework.A lot of + plural nouns, uncountable nouns
    • I need a few apples for my cake.A few + plural nouns A little chocolate from time to time isn’t too bad.A little + uncountable nouns
    •  A biscuit / an egg  Some/any milk Many cookies  much fish Some/any apples  A lot of popcorn A lot of snacks  How much fish…? How many apples…?  A little sugar A few apples COUNTABLE NOUNS UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS