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  • A FEW – A LITTLE Süheyla AYAZ SEZGİN
  • A few is used with countable names
    • There are a few
    • Countable People Cups Books Newspapers Chairs Shoes
  • We can use a few in affirmative sentences with plural countable nouns
    • Positive:
    • "I meet a few people every day.“
    • "I only have a few Euros.“
  • a little is used with uncountable names.
    • There is a little
    • Uncountable money traffic paper time coffee food
  • We use a little with uncountable nouns
    • "There is a little paper in the printer.“
    • "I only have a little money.“
  • Some is used both with countable and uncountable names in affirmative and interrogative sentences.
    • There are (vardır) some Birkaç
    • People cups books
    • Newspapers chairs shoes
  • Countable Nouns We can use some in positive sentences with plural countable nouns: Positive: I read some books.
    • There is some
    • money traffic paper time coffee food
  • Uncountable Nouns We can use some in positive sentences with uncountable nouns:
    • I would like some coffee.
  • Any is used both with countable and uncountable names in negative sentences.
    • There aren't any
    • People cups books
    • Newspapers chairs shoes
    • There isn't any
    • money traffic paper time coffee food
  • We can use any in negative sentences with plural countable nouns:
    • I don't read any books.
  • We can use any in negative sentences with uncountable nouns:
    • I don't want any coffee.
  • We can use any in questions with plural countable nouns:
    • Are there any books? Are there any People ?
  • We can use any in questions with plural uncountable nouns:
    • Do you need any coffee? Kahveye ihtiyacınız var mı?
    • Don't you need any coffee? Kahveye ihtiyacınız yok mu?
  • Note: When you expect the answer to be "Yes." to an offer or polite request, you can ask a question using some. Not: Bir teklife ya da nazik bir ricaya yanıtın "evet" olacağı beklenen durumlarda, "some" kullanarak soru sorabilirsiniz.
  • Questions Can I have some books, please? Birkaç kitap alabilir miyim? Would you like some coffee? "Biraz kahve ister misiniz?
  • MANY
    • Many is used with countable names in affirmative, negatıve and interrogative sentences
  • MUCH
    • Much is used with uncountable names in negative and interrogative sentences.
  • Negative:
    • Countable :
    • I don't read many books. Çok kitap okumam.
    • I don't drink much coffee. Çok kahve içmem.
    • Uncountable:
    • I don't drink much coffee. Çok kahve içmem.
    • Do you need much coffee? Fazla kahveye ihtiyacınız var mı?
  • Positive Questions:
    • Countable:
    • Are there many books? Çok kitap var mı?
    • Uncountable:
    • Do you need much coffee? Fazla kahveye ihtiyacınız var mı?
  • Negative Questions:
    • Countable:
    • Aren't there many books? Fazla kitap yok mu?
    • Uncountable:
    • Don't you need much coffee? Fazla kahveye ihtiyacınız yok mu?
  • How many? 
            • We use how many with plural countable nouns:
            • " How many newspapers do you read every day?“ " How many Euros have you got?“
  • How much?
    • We use how much with uncountable nouns:
    • How much paper is in the printer?"
    • " How much money have you got?“