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Count Nouns 1Count nouns refer to separate things.It is easy to count them. one apple two hamburgers three books
Count Nouns 2 To form the plural of most count nouns, add –s or -es.one hamburger one sandwichtwo hamburgers two sandwiches
Count Nouns 3 Use a or an before singular count nouns.consonant sound consonant sound vowel sound a salad a pizza an apple
Non-count Nouns 1 Non-count nouns refer to things that are difficult to count.rice ice cream coffee
Non-count Nouns 2We use quantifiers to count non-countnouns. a teaspoon of coffee threebowl of rice a cups medicine quantifier quantifier quantifier
Practice 1 Read the sentences below and correct the mistakes. Example: The doctor says I can’t eat two hamburger a day. The doctor says I can’t eat two hamburgers a day. 1. II need to eat a n orange for breakfast. 1. need to eat a orange for breakfast. 2. I don’t like to drink milks. milk. milk 3. My sister eats two bowl s of cereal every morning. 3. My sister eats two bowl of cereal every morning. 4. My brother has coffeesall day. coffee all day. 5. We never eat sandwiches for breakfast. for breakfast.
SomeUse some (or nothing) with plural countnouns and non-count nouns. non-count noun You can have (some) coffee once a week. And eat more fruit. Buy (some) oranges. plural count noun
Some and Any Use some in affirmative statements and any in negative statements and questions. affirmative You can have some fruit every day.But you can’t have any sugar! negative
Some and Any 2 Use some in affirmative statements and any in negative statements and questions. question No, no. Youcan’t have any Can I have chocolate! any chocolate? negative
Describe what you see (or doPractice 2 not see). Use all the quantifiers in the box. Example: I see a farmers market. a / an some any bag bowl box
Some and Any 3 Note: You can use some in a question when you are offering something. Sure! I loveRight. chocolate! negative offer So, I can’t have any chocolate, right? Do you want some chocolate? I have some in my jacket.