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Much or many (1)

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Much or many (1)

  1. 1. Much or many?
  2. 2. Can you count these things? boat waterflower sand sugar grape
  3. 3. Do they make sensible plurals? boats watersflowers sands sugars grapes
  4. 4. If you can count it, use ‘many’• Too many flowers a...a....chooo!
  5. 5. If you can count it, use ‘many’• I ate so many grapes that I felt sick
  6. 6. If you can count it, use ‘many’• How many boats can you see?
  7. 7. If you can’t count it, use ‘much’• How much sand do you need?
  8. 8. If you can’t count it, use ‘much’ There is too much water on the floor! Clean it up!
  9. 9. Much or many?• For plurals, use many• For non-countable things, use much
  10. 10. muchHow _________ orangejuice do you want?
  11. 11. manyHow _________ biscuitsdid you eat?
  12. 12. There were manytoo _____people in thequeue, so Ididn’t wait.
  13. 13. He put so much_____ salt inthe soup thatit tastedhorrible.
  14. 14. The teachergave us toomuch_____homework.
  15. 15. I sawmany_____toucans inthe tree.
  16. 16. Now try these• You are making too _____ noise!• How _____ sugar do you want in your tea?• How _____ apples are there?• Why are there so _____ policemen here?• How _____ chicken do you want?• How _____ chickens did you buy?• He has told me that so _____ times!• I have too _____ work to do.

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