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Quantifiers: English Language

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Quantifiers: English Language

  1. 1. MUCH MANY LOTS OF/ A LOT OF A FEW A LITTLE
  2. 2. much many lots of a lot of a few a little Quantifiers Indicates amounts or quantities
  3. 3. much many a lot of a few a little large quantities small quantities Quantifiers
  4. 4. MUCH How much milk do you want? I don’t have much time left. I need to go. WITH UNCOUNTABLE NOUNSMUCH mainly in interrogative and negative sentences much much
  5. 5. MANY How many flowers do you need? There aren’t many oranges left. WITH PLURAL COUNTABLE NOUNSMANY mainly in interrogative and negative sentences many many
  6. 6. A LOT OF/ LOTS OF They have had a lot of fun. There are lots of carrots on the table. WITH UNCOUNTABLE AND PLURAL COUNTABLE NOUNS A LOT OF / LOTS OF usually in affirmative sentences a lot of lots of
  7. 7. She’s got a few close friends that she meet regularly. There are a few apples for dinner. WITH PLURAL COUNTABLE NOUNSA FEW usually in affirmative sentences a few a few A FEW
  8. 8. A FEW There are a few apples on the table. Not many, but enough. FEW≠ There are few apples on the table. Not enough. fewa few
  9. 9. A LITTLE They had a little money left, so they went out for a meal. They save a little money every week. WITH UNCOUNTABLE NOUNSA LITTLE usually in affirmative sentences a little a little
  10. 10. A LITTLE I have a little time left to talk to you. Not many, but enough. LITTLE≠ She has little time to catch the bus. Not enough. littlea little
  11. 11. much many a lot of/ lots of a few a little large quantities small quantities
  12. 12. With countable nouns With uncountable nouns MANY MUCH How many flowers do you need? I don’t have much time left. A LOT OF / LOTS OF There are lots of carrots on the table. A FEW A LITTLE There are a few apples for dinner. I have a little time to hear you.
  13. 13. Oral speech Informal writing FEW LITTLE not much only a few only a little not many a bit of
  14. 14. a fewonly
  15. 15. much haven’t
  16. 16. a bit of
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