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What´s on the menu?
Lesson 4a
vocabulary
salads desserts drinks
starters main coursesLuis Roberto Ortiz
examples
salads desserts drinks starters main
courses
Green
salad
Cake Water
Mushroom
soup
Fish with
vegetables
Tomato
sal...
Expressions of quantity
A bottle of … A glass of … A cup of …
A can of … A bowl of … A slice of …
Speaking
 In groups of 3 or 4 people, discuss the following questions
a. How often do you go to a restaurant?
b. What is ...
A noun is the name of a person, place, thing, or
idea. Whatever exists, we assume, can be named,
and that name is a noun.
...
nouns
countable uncountable
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Countable nouns are all the things that we can count, for example, a pen. We
can have one, two, three, or more pens.
 EXA...
Uncountable nouns
Uncountable nouns are substances, concepts, etc. that we cannot divide into
separate elements. We are no...
Important Information
Some nouns, like chicken, pizza or cheese, can
be both, Countable and Uncountable.
Example
 I alwa...
Countable Uncountable
Milk
Tomato
Salad
Money
Love
Cheese
Orange
PizzaLuis Roberto Ortiz
Using some/any/no
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some
We use some with uncountable and plural countable nouns,
in AFFIRMATIVE sentences and OFFERS
Would you like some wate...
any
We use any with uncountable and plural countable nouns, in
NEGATIVE sentences and QUESTIONS
Is there any water on the ...
no
We use any with uncountable and plural countable nouns, in
AFFIRMATIVE sentences. It is used instead of not any
There i...
SOME ANY NO
Uncountable and plural countable nouns
Affirmative
sentences and
Offers
Negative
sentences and
Questions
Affir...
Complete with some/any/no
1. Are there __________ people at the bus stop?
2. There is _______ coffee left. I will have to ...
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When to use properly Some, Any and No. Also, brief review of Countable and Uncountable nouns.

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Using Some, Any and No

  1. 1. What´s on the menu? Lesson 4a
  2. 2. vocabulary salads desserts drinks starters main coursesLuis Roberto Ortiz
  3. 3. examples salads desserts drinks starters main courses Green salad Cake Water Mushroom soup Fish with vegetables Tomato salad Ice-cream Soda Vegetable s soup Steak with chips Caesar´s salad Fruit Pie Lemonade Carrot soup Lasagne Luis Roberto Ortiz
  4. 4. Expressions of quantity A bottle of … A glass of … A cup of … A can of … A bowl of … A slice of …
  5. 5. Speaking  In groups of 3 or 4 people, discuss the following questions a. How often do you go to a restaurant? b. What is your favourite restaurant? Why? c. What is your favourite dish? d. Do you think that an expensive restaurant is synonym of good quality and service? Luis Roberto Ortiz
  6. 6. A noun is the name of a person, place, thing, or idea. Whatever exists, we assume, can be named, and that name is a noun. EXAMPLES: lamp, dog, México, milk, money, love, etc. What is a noun? Luis Roberto Ortiz
  7. 7. nouns countable uncountable Luis Roberto Ortiz
  8. 8. Countable nouns are all the things that we can count, for example, a pen. We can have one, two, three, or more pens.  EXAMPLE: dog, box, bottle, litter, dollar, cup, table, etc. Countable nouns can be singular or plural  EXAMPLE: My dog is playing. / My dogs are eating. Countable nouns Luis Roberto Ortiz
  9. 9. Uncountable nouns Uncountable nouns are substances, concepts, etc. that we cannot divide into separate elements. We are not able to "count" them.  EXAMPLE: milk, money, electricity, information, music, love, etc. We usually treat uncountable nouns as singular. We use a singular verb.  EXAMPLE: This news is very important. / Your luggage looks heavy. WE CAN´T SAY THAT THERE ARE THREE WATERS
  10. 10. Important Information Some nouns, like chicken, pizza or cheese, can be both, Countable and Uncountable. Example  I always have some cheese with my lunch  I like all kinds of cheese Luis Roberto Ortiz
  11. 11. Countable Uncountable Milk Tomato Salad Money Love Cheese Orange PizzaLuis Roberto Ortiz
  12. 12. Using some/any/no Luis Roberto Ortiz
  13. 13. some We use some with uncountable and plural countable nouns, in AFFIRMATIVE sentences and OFFERS Would you like some water? There are some tomatoes on the fridge. Luis Roberto Ortiz
  14. 14. any We use any with uncountable and plural countable nouns, in NEGATIVE sentences and QUESTIONS Is there any water on the fridge? There aren´t any tomatoes on the fridge. Luis Roberto Ortiz
  15. 15. no We use any with uncountable and plural countable nouns, in AFFIRMATIVE sentences. It is used instead of not any There is no cheese in the sandwich! There are no tomatoes on the fridge. Luis Roberto Ortiz
  16. 16. SOME ANY NO Uncountable and plural countable nouns Affirmative sentences and Offers Negative sentences and Questions Affirmative sentences, instead of not any Luis Roberto Ortiz
  17. 17. Complete with some/any/no 1. Are there __________ people at the bus stop? 2. There is _______ coffee left. I will have to prepare more 3. Could I have _________ tea, please? 4. You shouldn´t take _________ medicine without reading information first. 5. ________ shops don’t accept credit cards. Luis Roberto Ortiz

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