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Quantifiers I

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Quantifiers I

  1. 1. Quantifiers I<br /><ul><li>Form
  2. 2. Uses</li></ul>Beatriz Solana<br />
  3. 3. Quantifiers<br />They ate fouroranges<br />They ate fourslices of bread <br />Theyboughtsome bread<br /> DO YOUREMEMBERTHE<br />DIFFERENCESBETWEEN<br />COUNT AND NON-COUNT<br />NOUNS?<br />
  4. 4. You can putnumbers in front of them<br />Theyeatfouroranges<br />Theyhave singular and plural forms and can beusedwith a singular or plural verb.<br />Mary iswearing a skirt<br />Histrainers are new.<br />CountableNouns<br />
  5. 5. Wecan’tputnumbers in front of them<br />They ate fourbreads<br />They ate fourslices of bread<br />Theyhaven’tgot a plural form and we use themwith a singular verb<br />Do youneedoneortwomoney?<br />Themoneywasstolen<br />UncountableNouns<br />
  6. 6. Sugar<br />Mushrooms<br />Milk<br />Scone<br />Countor non-count?<br />uncountable<br />uncountable<br />countable<br />countable<br />
  7. 7. A - AN<br />We use A orANbeforecountablenouns in their singular form.<br />I’vegotalittledog<br /> He ate anorange<br />
  8. 8. We use THE before a countable or uncountable noun to show it is specific.<br />The laptops in this shop are expensive<br />THE<br />
  9. 9. SOME<br /> We use SOME in affirmative sentences before countable nouns in the plural form or uncountable nouns.<br />I need some nails <br />He drank some milk<br />
  10. 10. We use ANY in negative sentences and questions before countable nouns in the plural form or uncountable nouns.<br /> I haven´t got any work<br />Have you got any pets?<br />ANY<br />

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